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The Connecticut State Library has put together a wonderful collection of Connecticut census materials many of which are online.

Connecticut Quick Facts
Statistical information pertaining to Connecticut provided by the U.S. Census Department. Notice the yellow highlight where you can click to view a list of additional data sets for Connecticut. 

Town Census Data
 Enter your zip code and view U.S. census data. See comparisons with neighboring zip codes. 

 Statistical information from the U.S. Census Bureau. Local, state, national, historical and much more. 

Statistical information pertaining to Waterbury from the U.S. Census Department. Notice the yellow highlight where you can click to view a list of additional data sets for Waterbury 

1790 to 1960 by topic over some or all of the years, or by area. University of Virginia.

1790 to 2000 from the census bureau.

Center of Disease Control

CDC/Health stats
From the Center of Disease Control on a wide range of topics. Type Waterbury in the search field for a list of links that may contain information about the city. 

CDC/Vital Stats
Current and historical vital statistics. Links to information on how to obtain records.

By Subject

Statistical reports on the status of U.S. children and their families. Coverage includes population, family characteristics, economic security, health, social environment and education. The information at this site is gathered from the Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics. 

Data from more than 100 sources about all aspects of criminal justice in the U.S. Sponsored by the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics.

Drug Abuse
Loads of information and statistical reports from SAMHSA. SAMHSA is the Federal Government's lead agency for improving the quality and availability of substance abuse prevention, addiction treatment, and mental health services in the United States. Topics are arranged alphabetically. Some hit or miss searching is often needed to locate useful information but the effort is usually worthwhile. 

Regional Economic Conditions (RECON) was designed to assist the FDIC in the examination process by providing economic information at the state, MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area), and county levels. It is helpful in the analysis of risks facing financial institutions. Sponsored by the FDIC.

Education-related statistics. Sponsored by the National Center for Educational Statistics.

Federal Government Statistics
A gateway to statistics from over 100 U.S. Federal agencies.

Health related statistics. Sponsored by the National Center for Health Statistics.

Economy at a Glance, Inflation and Spending Stats, Productivity and much more. The Bureau of Labor Statistics.

U.S. and world population clocks. From the U.S. Census Bureau.

Statistics for 4,200+ religions. Researchers can use this site to ask "How many Presbyterians live in Ohio?" From adherents.com