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Population Growth in Connecticut

The Census Bureau has released the 2017 population estimates for all towns in Connecticut. 

From July 1, 2016 to July 1, 2017: 

  • Connecticut's net population grew by an estimated 499 people. 
  • Stamford tops the list as the town with the highest numeric increase of people, estimated at 1,170 people 
  • While Bloomfield had the highest percent increase from 2016 to 2017, with a 3.9% increase. 

The following table lists the top 15 towns ...

CTData and Liberal Arts Action Lab at Trinity College, receive 500 Cities Data Challenge grant!

The Urban Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation designed this challenge grant to encourage communities to delve into the 500 Cities open-access dataset, to design innovative solutions on social factors that influence health, and to guide local organizations on how to effectively use neighborhood-level data. The broader goal is to promote more comprehensive cross-collaborative approaches to foster a broader “Culture of Health” in urban areas.

By sharing resources and expertise, the Connecticut Data Collaborative ...

CTData and Trinity Liberal Arts Action Lab are hiring!

Come work with us! Full time Communications and Program Assistant at CTData and Liberal Arts Action Lab at Trinity College downtown campus, 10 Constitution Plaza. The CT Data Collaborative will be moving into this new space as of July 1, 2018. To learn more about the position and to see the official posting and apply online visit:

To receive full consideration, we encourage candidates to apply online (with cover ...

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