Data Resources

  • The Counties and the Most Populous Cities and Towns in 2010 in Connecticut: 2000 and 2010

    This table shows how the populations of Connecticut's counties and major towns/cities changed between 2000 and 2010.

    Dec. 31, 2010


  • Immigration in Connecticut: A Growing Opportunity

    The percentage of immigrants in the state of Connecticut increased between consecutive Census reports. This also points to increasing numbers of children of immigrants in the state, which requires rethinking how their educational and health outcomes are addressed, given the language and socioeconomic barriers.

    Oct. 31, 2007


  • The Social State of Connecticut 2005

    The Connecticut State Legislature commissioned this report to monitor the social health of the state. The Connecticut Index of Social Health measures trends in social health since 1970 and shows that social health decreased in 2004 and 2005.

    Feb. 1, 2006


  • The Changing Demographics of Connecticut — 1900 to 2000, Part 2: The Five Connecticuts

    This report is the second in the series titled The Changing Demographics of Connecticut — 1990 to 2000. In the preceding report, Part 1: Comparing Connecticut to National Averages, it was shown that Connecticut's statewide averages, whether in terms of income, poverty, or racial composition, provided a misleading description of the state’s socioeconomics. In this report a more representative description of town demographics is provided. Each town has been assigned to one of five town groups.

    May. 31, 2004


  • Connecticut Metropatterns: A Regional Agenda for Community and Prosperity in Connecticut

    This report determined that the way the state is growing is hurting all communities — from the most impoverished to the most affluent. It recommends regional and statewide reforms to address environmental preservation and problems in regional government.

    Mar. 31, 2003


  • United Way of Greater New Haven 2003 Needs Assessment Household Survey

    This survey, commissioned by the United Way of Greater New Haven, was conducted by telephone and sampled residents of the Greater New Haven area. Common concerns that came up were economic stability, tobacco use among youth, and health care.

    Mar. 27, 2003

    Civic Vitality, Demographics, Economy, Health