Connecticut Census Data
Data for Connecticut show that the five most populous cities or towns and their 2010 Census counts are Bridgeport, 144,229; New Haven, 129,779; Hartford, 124,775; Stamford, 122,643; and Waterbury, 110,366. Bridgeport grew by 3.4 percent since the 2000 Census. New Haven grew by 5.0 percent, Hartford grew by 2.6 percent, Stamford grew by 4.7 percent, and Waterbury grew by 2.9 percent.
The largest county is Fairfield, with a population of 916,829. Its population grew by 3.9 percent since 2000. The other counties in the top five include Hartford, with a population of 894,014 (increase of 4.3 percent); New Haven, 862,477 (increase of 4.7 percent); New London, 274,055 (increase of 5.8 percent); and Litchfield, 189,927 (increase of 4.2 percent). Read More »