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|Notable People from Connecticut||Notable Work/Position|
|George W. Bush||43rd President of the United States|
|Seth MacFarlene||Creator of Family Guy, The Orville, and TED|
|J.P. Morgan||Prestigious & influential financier & banker|
|Harriet Beecher Stowe||Author, famous for Uncle Tom's Cabin|
|Eli Whitney||Inventor of the cotton gin|
|Jackie Robinson||Baseball player and advocate of the Civil Rights Movement|
|Mark Twain||Author, notably The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn|
|Meryl Streep||Actor with the world record number of academy awards|
Searching for Someone in Connecticut
Connecticut is the 29th most populated state (including DC). The total population of Connecticut is well over 3.5 million with 1.3 million households. The average household size is 2.53 (based on 2010 census data). To refine your search for someone in Connecticut, consider the age, gender, and demographic to ensure you're on the right track.
The predominant race in Connecticut is white, making up 77.6% of the state's population. The median age is 37.4 years (with the average age on the rise). 51.6% of the total population is female while 48.4% is male. The most populated city is Bridgeport with over 144,000+ people.
Those in the 15 to 24 range make up 12.5% of the population of Connecticut, with schools being a contributing factor to the age range. Yale University is located in New Haven, CT and is one of the top Ivy League schools in the United States, ranking 3rd in 2016.
|Top 3 Schools||City||# of Graduates||Graduation Rate||Acceptance Rate||Most Popular Degrees|
|University of Connecticut||Tolland County||8,452||82.2%||48.8%||General Psychology|
|Yale University||New Haven County||4,478||97.8%||6.32%||General Economics|
|Central Connecticut State University||Hartford||2,707||53.7%||60%||Criminology|
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As of March 2019, the housing market in Connecticut has been steadily rising for the past 6 years; since 2013. The average home value is $244,000 with the median price per square foot at $176. The average rent price is $1,800 which is about 16% higher than the national average. The average listing price for homes statewide is $325,000, but most sell for approximately 25-27% under the listing price.
|City||Avg. Home Value||Avg. Household Income|
Official Name: Connecticut
Name Meaning: Derived from the Native American tribes’ word quinetucket which means "upon the long tidal river."
Nickname: The Constitution State
Constitution Ratified: 1776
Statehood: January 9, 1788 (5th State)
Capital: Hartford (former co-capital, New Haven)
Total Number of Counties: 8
Largest City: Bridgeport
Largest County (by population): Fairfield
Population (as of 2018): 3.573 million
History: Connecticut was one of the original 13 colonies and is in the Northeastern part of the United States (affectionately referred to as New England). Although initially a very agricultural state, Connecticut soon became, an advanced manufacturing state due to the invention of the cotton gin (by Eli Whitney) and colt revolver (by Samuel Colt). The state measures approximately 110 miles, going from east to west, and 70 miles going north to south.
- Connecticut was one of two states that did not ratify the 18th Amendment (which prohibited the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcohol); the other state being Rhode Island.
- Opened the first law school in America: Litchfield Law School.
- Opened the first insurance company (ITT Hartford Group, Inc.); today, one-fifth of the state of Connecticut’s gross product is due to insurance and financial services accounts. Insurance and financial services continue to be one of the top industries in Connecticut.
- A tremendous amount of inventions and their first use happened in Connecticut. This includes the first: tape measure, revolver, portable typewriter, use of anesthesia, sewing machine, ice-making machine, can opener, pay phone, collapsible toothpaste tube, Frisbee, Polaroid camera, vacuum cleaner, lollipop, hamburger, color TV, phone book, and artificial heart.
- Two other firsts include the first helicopter, created by Igor Sikorsky, and the first nuclear submarine (USS Nautilus). Notably, advanced manufacturing continues to be one of the top 5 industries in Connecticut, with one of the major products being Black Hawk helicopters.
- Another remarkable first, was in 1809, when Mary Kies became the first woman to obtain a United States patent for her technique of weaving straw thread to create hats.
- Connecticut is the nation’s 3rd smallest state, but the 4th most densely populated state.
- Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe weren’t only two acclaimed authors in Connecticut, they were also neighbors.
- The popular television show, Gilmore Girls, was filmed in Connecticut.
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