Data Stories

  • connecticut housing segregation data

    CT Data Story: Housing Segregation in Greater New Haven

    Today’s housing segregation is the result of decades of outright discriminatory federal, state, and local laws and policies—such as federal housing assistance programs that barred Black applicants—not simply the unintended consequences of economic and social factors.

    May 03, 2018

  • Connecticut General Assembly House and Senate District Data Profiles

    Connecticut State Legislative District Profiles

    2016 Connecticut State Legislative District Profiles (Published 2018) With support from public and private partners, DataHaven has maintained neighborhood profiles and maps for over 10 years. We have updated our maps and profiles with census data released in December 2017, and with new data visualization technology that is responsive to various devices. View the latest DataHaven profiles for each Connecticut Senate and House District by clicking here. 

    January 19, 2018

  • connecticut wage gap data

    The Many Wage Gaps in CT: Data Story

    Click on the links below for more data stories. Note: Some of our more complex charts may be easier to read on a horizontally-rotated smartphone screen, tablet, or large screen.

    November 07, 2017

  • Connecticut financial security data

    Financial Security in CT: Data Story

    Click on the links below for more data stories. Note: Some of our more complex charts may be easier to read on a horizontally-rotated smartphone screen, tablet, or large screen.

    October 27, 2017

  • neppc data

    Urban Connecticut's structural strain

    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. 

    April 15, 2016