• The following content is adapted from our semi-annual email newsletter. A test data viewer is also embedded below. Contact us to be added to our distribution list. What did analysis of millions of data points and interviews with tens of thousands of area residents have to say about Connecticut? Fairfield County Community Wellbeing Index 2016 … Read More

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  • More low-income workers commute to jobs, report finds

    Yale Daily News    October 14, 2016

    [Excerpt of Yale Daily News article by Myles Odermann, October 14, 2016]: Low-income workers in the Elm City must commute to work more often than those who earn living wages, according to a recent report by DataHaven, a New Haven-based nonprofit analysis group.… Read More

  • Note: This article, by DataHaven intern Emma Zehner, originally appeared in the New Haven Register. You may view it there at http://www.nhregister.com/technology/20160720/dependence-on-smartphones-....… Read More

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  • Report underscores sentiment of many struggling workers

    Stamford Advocate    May 8, 2016

    Excerpt, from Stamford Advocate, "Report underscores sentiment of many struggling workers," by Alexander Soule, Sunday, May 8, 2016:    "It was a remarkable commentary on the state of the typical Connecticut resident’s mind when fully half of some 16,000 people statewide indicated last year their odds of finding suitable employment here were only fair at best."  … Read More

  • New Data Shows New Haven's Promise

    by Anonymous    April 20, 2016

    BY APARNA NATHAN In January, the City of New Haven submitted its second application for a federal “Promise Zone” designation, one year after its original application was selected as a finalist but not advanced to be one of the six designated zones that year.… Read More

  • Urban Connecticut's structural strain

    by Anonymous    April 15, 2016

    BY ARI ANISFELD Urban centers are the engines of Connecticut's economy. They are job-centers, entertainment-providers, and home to 18 percent of Connecticut's population. But they also face the largest gaps when it comes to paying the bill. In 2015, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s New England Public Policy Center analyzed the fiscal affairs of every Connecticut town and found wide disparities. … Read More

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