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  • NHCity-Neighborhood-Profiles-2013

    This is a raw dataset with neighborhood profile data from 2010 for New Haven. For our main New Haven Neighborhood Profiles page, click here. For the New Haven Neighborhood 2010 map, click here.  

    Sep. 4, 2015

    All DataHaven Programs, Demographics, Economy

  • Connecticut Census Tracts

    This is a raw dataset of Connecticut Census Tract geographies, with Land Areas and Water Areas. 

    Sep. 2, 2015

    All DataHaven Programs, Demographics

  • Table: 2010 Census New Haven Neighborhood Profiles

    This is a PDF table of New Haven neighborhood profiles generated via 2010 Census data, identifying key demographic and economic indicators at the neighborhood level. Please view our main New Haven neighborhood profiles page for additional information.

    Sep. 2, 2015

    All DataHaven Programs, Demographics, Economy

  • Understanding the Impact of Immigration in Greater New Haven

    About this report With one in eight of its residents foreign-born, Greater New Haven has a diverse immigrant population that has contributed significantly to regional growth and development. Commissioned by The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, DataHaven analyzed the recent demographic, social, and economic impact of immigration in the region.

    Aug. 31, 2015

    All DataHaven Programs, Civic Vitality, Demographics

  • Concentrated Wealth and Poverty in Connecticut's Neighborhoods

    Wealth and poverty are highly concentrated in Connecticut — more so than in many other large metropolitan areas. And often, those neighborhoods are racially and economically segregated from each other.

    Aug. 31, 2015

    All DataHaven Programs, Civic Vitality, Demographics, Economy

  • American Community Survey Data on Migration/Geographic Mobility

    The American Community Survey (ACS) is an annual national survey collected monthly which provides communities with reliable and timely demographic, housing, social, and economic data every year. Annual data on Migration is used to determine the extent of residential mobility of the population for the U.S., states, metropolitan areas, and more specific geographical areas that meet minimum population sizes for the given survey year. Data are available from 2000 to the present.Link:

    Aug. 26, 2015