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Data-Haven Presentation by Mark Abraham

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June 28, 2013 presentation at REDFO

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Data-Haven Presentation by Mark Abraham

  1. 1. DataHaven is a… • Nonprofit whose mission is to compile and share high-quality public information • Data sharing “co-op” founded in 1992 by foundations, universities, government • Resource for the local community (website, free trainings and technical assistance) National and State Affiliations Partner of National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) of Urban Institute, Washington, DC Data Steward for the Connecticut Data Collaborative, a new partnership advocating for better data use at the state level ( www.ctdata.org) DATAHAVE N
  2. 2. State of the Region Report: Partners • Community Foundation for Greater New Haven • Yale-New Haven Hospital • Annie E. Casey Foundation • Carolyn Foundation • United Way of Greater New Haven • City of New Haven Health Department • NewAlliance Foundation • Yale School of Public Health DATAHAVE N
  3. 3. State of the Region Report: Purpose • Unified Assessment of Human Development, Economic Opportunity, Civic Life, and Community Health • Insight into a wealth of available information – Primary data: Recent health & wellbeing surveys in Greater New Haven, such as DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey – Secondary data: Federal, State, and local data sets available through DataHaven / CT Data Collaborative – Benchmarking to other U.S. urban areas, such as County Health Rankings, National Prevention Strategy, Census • Provide cross-sector links (e.g. health = wealth) • Set stage for regular tracking of prioritized community indicators DATAHAVE N
  4. 4. State of the Region Report: Area Benchmark data to national and Northeastern metropolitan areas Neighborhood-Level Analysis within City of New Haven In general, more variation within a municipality than between one municipality and any other
  5. 5. State of the Region Report: CEDS • Describe Regional Economic Development Action Agenda identified in 2013-2018 CEDS • Key economic development indicators include – Demographic changes (18-40 year olds) – Income, poverty, and financial hardship – Educational attainment, brain gain, and graduation rates – Costs of living, housing and transportation cost burden – Employment and wage trends by area – Venture capital, patent and IPO activity – Housing vacancy – Disconnected youth – Economic mobility DATAHAVE N
  6. 6. State of the Region Report DATAHAVE N Region: About 210,000 workers and 220,000 jobs. 120,000 both live & work within area. New Haven: 45,000 workers and 83,000 jobs. 20,000 both live & work in area. = 63,000 workers who depend on jobs located in New Haven, but live outside it
  7. 7. Community Satisfaction 7 Satisfaction may predict long-term investment & individual health outcomes Residents in lower- income neighborhoods are less satisfied City residents are more likely to say that their area is improving Greater New Haven Community Wellbeing Survey, 2012
  8. 8. 8 Jobs Available Source: Greater New Haven Community Wellbeing Survey 2012 DATAHAVE N
  9. 9. 9 Opportunities for Youth No significant changes since 2003 Survey, when same question was asked. Source: Greater New Haven Community Wellbeing Survey 2012 DATAHAVE N
  10. 10. Suburban Poverty Source: DataHaven State of Region 2013
  11. 11. Job growth/loss since 2008  City of New Haven +1%  Inner & Outer Ring Suburbs -5% If New Haven had trended with the rest of the region since 2008, it would have 3,974 fewer jobs than it does today. Given that only 23% of jobs in New Haven are held by city residents, we can assume that the relative growth of New Haven just since 2008 is responsible for 3,060 jobs for residents of other towns. In aggregate, each job located in New Haven pays about 30-40% higher wages than each job in the rest of the region. Regional Jobs Source: DataHaven State of Region 2013
  12. 12. Change in number of 25-44 year olds since 2000  City of New Haven: +2,162 people  Inner & Outer Ring Suburbs: -15,234 people If the City of New Haven had trended with the rest of the State since 2000, it would be home to 7,200 fewer 25-44 year olds. The region has already lost close to 13,000 25-44 year olds over the past 10 years. What would be the impact on the economy, and on area families, if our region lost another 7,200 of them? Regional Workforce Source: DataHaven State of Region 2013
  13. 13. Change in number of 25-44 year olds since 2000  City of New Haven: +2,162 people  Inner & Outer Ring Suburbs: -15,234 people Driving among Americans age 16-34 dropped by 23% since 2001. Vast majority prefers to live within a walkable community. In most of the Greater New Haven region, residents can access fewer than 15% of regional jobs via a 90-minute public transit commute. This figure is much higher in New Haven – about 40-50% of regional jobs are accessible by a 90-minute transit commute, and it is the only area where many are accessible by foot or bicycle. Regional Workforce Source: DataHaven State of Region 2013
  14. 14. Change in number of 0-5 year olds since 2000  City of New Haven: +647 people  Inner & Outer Ring Suburbs: -3,121 people An increasingly greater share of our future K-12 population and future workforce lives in New Haven. Whether young families and students in New Haven succeed impacts the entire region. Younger families are not moving to towns that are “aging in place” at a rate sufficient enough to replenish the population. Future Workforce Source: DataHaven State of Region 2013
  15. 15. Greater New Haven Community Wellbeing Survey 2012 Walkability Scales
  16. 16. “I feel unsafe to go on walks in my neighborhood” New Haven High-Needs Neighborhoods • At night: 7 in 10 people • During the day 3 in 10 people CARE Survey 2012 Greater New Haven Wellbeing Survey 2012
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