• The Many Wage Gaps in CT: Data Story

    by Camille Seaberry    November 7, 2017

    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. … Read More

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  • New Haven to Hartford train fare lowered

    Yale Daily News    October 31, 2017

    [Excerpt from Yale Daily News article] “When the CTrail Hartford Line launches, it will be a game-changer for the state,” Gov. Dannel Malloy said in an Oct. 23 statement. “It will position Connecticut as a more attractive place for new business investment, provide transit options for our current residents and will attract new residents who don’t want to be automobile dependent.”… Read More

  • Financial Security in CT: Data Story

    by Camille Seaberry    October 27, 2017

    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. … Read More

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  • At risk: Fair and valid census data for Connecticut

    by Mark Abraham    October 4, 2017

    [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 … Read More

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  • [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.… Read More

  • The Hub of the Wheel

    The New Journal at Yale    September 10, 2017

    [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.… Read More

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