Community Research

This page describes a sampling of organizations in Connecticut that use census data in their research. From the local to the state level, data has been used to create reports, models, and databases that visualize important social issues such as income inequality, poverty and housing.

Data Haven

DataHaven is a non-profit organization with a 25-year history of public service to Connecticut. Their mission is to empower people to create communities by collecting and ensuring access to data on well-being, equity and quality of life. DataHaven is a formal partner of the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership of the Urban Institute in Washington, D.C.

Yale Federal Statistical Research Data Center

Federal Statistical Research Data Centers partner with federal statistical agencies and research institutions. They are secure facilities providing authorized access to restricted-use microdata for statistical purposes only. The Yale Federal Statistical Research Data Center is a branch of the New York Research Data Center. Opened in June 2015, it is funded by the Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, the Yale Department of Economics, and the Yale University School of Management. Yale faculty and graduate students are currently involved in a wide range of research projects that make use of Census data.

Connecticut Data Collaborative

CT Data partners with the Connecticut State Data Center to support inquiries from the public and organizations about census data. They also manage a statewide portal with data tools with publicly available datasets. 


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