This index facilitates access to data crosstabs from the DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey (DCWS). This large survey program has completed 45,000 live, in-depth interviews with randomly-selected adults in every Connecticut town in 2015, 2018, 2020, 2021, and 2022, so results are available for a large number of regions, towns, and neighborhoods.
As described in the crosstab methodology page, to ensure representativeness, all survey estimates that we create are weighted by age, race, gender, and geography in proportion to U.S. Census Bureau data from each region or town.
Please browse the index of regions and individual towns/cities below. You will also find a summary of survey data for many towns in our Town Equity Reports, available for all 169 towns in Connecticut. Contact us with questions regarding data access; much more granular estimates for specific areas or demographic groups are often available on request.
Selected Large Regions
*See links on the main survey page for 2012, 2020, 2021, and 2022 data. Data are also frequently provided on request, so please contact us for assistance.
|Statewide - Connecticut||Link||Link|
|Five Connecticuts (CT town groupings)||Link||Link|
|Greater New Haven (13 towns)||Link||Link|
|Greater Hartford (CRCOG area)||Link||Link|
|Lower Naugatuck Valley (7 towns)||Link||Link|
|Greater Waterbury-CCF Region (towns)||posted on request||Link|
|Greater New London (10 towns)||Link||Link|
|Litchfield County||posted on request||posted on request|
|Northeast District Department of Health area (12 towns including Putnam, Killingly, Brooklyn)||Link||Link|
Selected Large Towns / Cities
|Manchester||Link||posted on request|
|Groton||Link||posted on request|
|Shelton||Link||posted on request|
|Norwich||Link||posted on request|
|Naugatuck||Link||posted on request|
Information on many other areas, as well as analyses for additional demographic groups are available on request. To find data for other towns, please try our our search feature at http://ctdatahaven.org/find?field_category_tid=45 or contact us for support. In many cases, data collected from residents of smaller towns in Connecticut can be merged with data from similar and/or surrounding towns in order to produce reliable estimates about economic and social well-being in those communities.