According to 2015–2019 American Community Survey

For the third year, CTData Collaborative created an online interface to explore just released town data on income, education, and housing — US Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-year estimates.

In addition to this interactive tool, we summarize important, high-level findings for the state of Connecticut in this blog post.

How do the towns compare?

The map below shows for all towns in Connecticut, according to 2019 ACS estimates. Darker blues represent higher values.

Move your mouse over towns to see more information. Click towns to see where they fall in the distribution, and to compare them in the table below.

If you have troubles seeing or using the map or the bar chart, we recommend you use a recent version of Firefox or Chrome browsers.

How did it change in the past 10 years?

The table below shows by town for two survey releases, ACS 2014 (covering 2010–2014) and ACS 2019 (2015–2019), and shows the change in the last column.

Click column headers to sort the table by that column.