2018 DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey
Originally published in the New Haven Independent on 4/12/19: https://www.newhavenindependent.org/index.php/archives/entry/data_haven_survey/ by APARNA NATHAN & MARK ABRAHAM
April 15, 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.
April 11, 2019
[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.
March 13, 2019
Newsletter: Results from the 2018 Community Wellbeing Survey are in, and 2020 Census campaign launched
Our semi-annual newsletter is out! Click here to be added to the email distribution list. Results from the 2018 Community Wellbeing Survey are in! Here are just a couple examples of estimates based on the program's live, in-depth interviews with over 32,000 randomly-selected Connecticut adults in 2015 and 2018:
February 10, 2019
[Excerpt from 1/2/19 CT Mirror article by Jake Kara about the DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey, which is accompanied by graphs. The article also appeared on the front page of about 8 major Connecticut newspapers, including Stamford Advocate, New Haven Register, Torrington Register-Citizen, and Connecticut Post.]
January 03, 2019
This crosstab of results from the 2018 DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey contains weighted estimates for Connecticut, as well as disaggregations for each of the Five Connecticuts. The Five Connecticuts are a system used to classify individual towns into one of five categories (Wealthy, Suburban, Rural, Urban Periphery, and Urban Core) based on the median household income, population density, and poverty rate of each town as of the most recent Census data. In many cases, results for any individual town in Connecticut will be similar to other towns within its grouping.
December 21, 2018