• DataHaven uses science to paint picture of community

    New Haven Register    July 5, 2016

    [Excerpt - Visit New Haven Register for the full article] To Mark Abraham, executive director of DataHaven, data is not simply information. “Each data point is like one person’s story,” said Abraham, who has led the 25-year-old nonprofit organization since 2009. “So data put together is really putting together everyone’s story in a way that’s scientific.”… Read More

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  • [Excerpt]: Despite its sour economy and squabbling legislators, Connecticut has something other states envy: Residents who connect. They eat dinner together, talk politics, trust their local institutions more than the national average and show other strong signs of healthy social behavior. Every state should be so lucky.… Read More

  • [Excerpt, from Vox.com, "Living in a poor neighborhood changes everything about your life," by Alvin Chang, June 6, 2016.]… Read More

  • [Excerpt] "For added context, the review included findings from DataHaven’s Community Wellbeing Survey. This phone survey was taken with more than 16,000 randomly selected adults throughout the state and 800 in the city of New Haven between April and October 2015.… Read More

  • 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

  • Quality of life up in Elm City

    Yale Daily News    March 29, 2016

    [Excerpt]  Perceptions of safety and community satisfaction in the Elm City are on the rise, but inequality remains intractable, according to a recent study conducted by local nonprofit analytics group DataHaven.… Read More

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