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  • At risk: Fair and valid census data for Connecticut

    [note: This article by DataHaven staff originally appeared in the Connecticut Mirror, at https://ctviewpoints.org/2017/10/02/at-risk-fair-and-valid-census-data-for-connecticut/] By Aparna Nathan and Mark Abraham, DataHaven

    Oct. 4, 2017

    All DataHaven Programs, Civic Vitality, Demographics, Economy

  • Census Finds Connecticut Population Growth Stagnant Last Year

    [Excerpt from Hartford Courant news article by Rebecca Lurye] "Average owner-occupied home values increased from $270,900 to $274,600 last year. That’s up 1.37 percent compared to 5.3 percent nationwide. The percentage of families living below the poverty level — $24,250 for a family of four — fell from 8 percent to 6.8 percent of the population last year. Nationwide, about 10 percent of families live in poverty.

    Oct. 2, 2017

    Economy

  • Connecticut Health Data Collaborative

    Excerpt describing the data collaborative from February 2017 Status Report:

    Sep. 28, 2017

    Economy, Health

  • Elm City growth exception to CT slow growth

    [Excerpt from full news article] Updated population projections released by the Connecticut State Data Center at the University of Connecticut predicted slow growth overall, but with interior cities such as New Haven experiencing comparatively faster growth.

    Sep. 18, 2017

    Demographics

  • Resources for Collecting Connecticut Data

    Often, we receive general questions about collecing and using local data, or creating a system for doing so. The resources listed here are intended to provide guidance in this area. 1. Connecticut Open Data Guides

    Sep. 15, 2017

  • The Hub of the Wheel

    [Excerpt] “Transportation is a civil rights issue,” Mayor Toni Harp announced at a public meeting in January 2014. “It’s an economic development issue. It’s a jobs issue.” The data agrees.

    Sep. 10, 2017

    All DataHaven Programs, Economy

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