• DataHaven Marks 25 Years of Public Service: Continues with Community Index, 2020 Census Outreach

    The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven    April 19, 2019

    DataHaven was born of the idea that public data should be easily accessed and widely available. The Community Foundation was there at the start with seed funding to launch the organization. Twenty-five years later, more than 100 public and private organizations across Connecticut use DataHaven's research in key areas such as health, education, civic engagement and economic opportunity to improve programs and change lives for the better.… Read More

  • Up Close: Picking up the pieces of Connecticut's economy

    Yale Daily News    April 12, 2019

    [Excerpt of feature article by Nathalie Bussemaker, Yale Daily News, April 12, 2019] [....] Why are companies leaving Connecticut for high-tax cities? Many think the answer can be traced to the preferences of millennials.… Read More

  • Survey: Jobs Make The Difference In Hamden Happiness

    New Haven Independent    April 11, 2019

    [News article by Brian Slattery] Hamden is a good place to live — as long as you can find a good job. That’s one of the lessons from a newly released 2018 DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey.… Read More

  • DataHaven releases statewide survey results

    Yale Daily News    April 8, 2019

    [Excerpt of article from Emiliano Gomez] On March 13, New Haven–based public data analysis firm DataHaven released its 2018 Wellbeing Survey, which focuses on the quality of life in New Haven and Connecticut. The report highlights developments in the public’s perception of accessibility in terms of housing, health care and employment.… Read More

  • New Haven Census Coordinators Plan Efforts

    Yale Daily News    March 27, 2019

    Excerpt of article by Emiliano Gomez, March 27, 2019: "In 2010, parts of three New Haven neighborhoods — Fair Haven, Newhallville and Edgewood — were designated by the Census Bureau as especially “hard to count” tracts due to low mail-return rates of census forms — less than 60 percent. Such neighborhoods are mostly composed of groups the Census Bureau has designated “hard to count.”… Read More

  • [Excerpt from article by Rich Kirby] DANBURY, CT – Local data from the 2018 DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey shows Danbury residents in good health and satisfied with their community. [....] The findings conclude that Danbury generally aligns with the rest of the state regarding health and wellness. Out of those surveyed, 91 percent of Danbury residents defined their health as good, very good or excellent, 6 percent higher than the statewide answer.… Read More

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