Some of that data you will be able to access here once you have obtained the site analytics privilege at 25k reputation.
Three graphs show a timeline of posts, votes, and traffic.
Unfortunately, users with that privilege are not allowed to divulge specific raw data publically:
Since this is a restricted privilege, we'd prefer you not share the raw data.
However, if there is some sort of analysis you want a general conclusion from that should usually be ok. Just hunt down your preferred 25k+ user and ask away!
However, we do hope you will share your analysis of the data with other users on meta. For instance, mature Stack Exchange sites tend to get the majority of their traffic from search engines (and particularly Google). Sharing the current percentage of traffic from search might shed some light on your site's particular strengths or weaknesses.
Stack Exchange Data Explorer (SEDE)
You might find some raw data you can sink your teeth into with the Stack Exchange Data Explorer (SEDE). Specifically this query seems like a good place for you to start.
Doppelgreener already posted Q&A stats, but it is worth also looking at traffic:
Note that these are weekly averages.
We only have data from 2018 onwards (which is why it appears to go to 0 at the beginning), but it looks like traffic right now is coming off of a peak, but is still higher than any time last year.