These Are The 10 Worst Places To Live In Connecticut For 2019

We used a scientific analysis of data to determine which Connecticut cities are the real pits.

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Editor’s Note: This article is an opinion based on facts and is meant as infotainment. Don’t freak out we updated this article for 2019. This is our fifth time ranking the worst places to live in Connecticut.

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Connecticut is the central hub for New England. A semi-wealthy enclave where the rich `Summer’ and everyone else does whatever Connecticut people do.

It’s a pretty nifty state.

But is it all roses there? Definitely not. This article aims to determine, using science, the worst places to live there. Don’t shoot the messenger, this is all using data.

After analyzing all 21 cities, we came up with this list as the 10 worst places to live in Connecticut:

  1. Hartford (Photos)
  2. Waterbury (Photos)
  3. Bridgeport (Photos)
  4. New Haven (Photos)
  5. New London (Photos)
  6. New Britain (Photos)
  7. Derby (Photos)
  8. Norwich (Photos)
  9. Torrington (Photos)
  10. Danbury (Photos)

What? Where are these places you wonder? And before you get all riled up and say we’re picking on small town America, that’s not the case.

We understand there’s a lot of good in every place.

However, according to data (which doesn’t measure things like beauty and ‘friendly people’), there are far better options in the state for making a place home. And the worst place to live in Connecticut? That would be Hartford.

Read on below to see how we crunched the numbers and see how your city fared in 2019.

If you’re looking for something more national, check out the worst cities in America or the worst states in America.

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How we determined the worst places to live in Connecticut for 2019

To figure out how bad a place is to live in, we only needed to know what kinds of things people like and then decide what cities have the least amount of those things.

We don’t think it’s a stretch to assume that people like the following things:

  • Good education
  • Lots of jobs
  • Low crime
  • Low poverty
  • Nice homes
  • High incomes
  • High population density (Lots of things to do)
  • Short work commutes
  • Health insurance

The data comes from the Census’s most recent American Community Survey and from the FBI Uniform Crime Report.

We broke crime down into violent crime and property crime to give violent crime a larger weight — if you did a simple calculation of all crimes per capita, property crimes are normally 7x more common and really bias that ranking.

Furthermore, only cities with at least 9,000 people were considered — leaving 21 cities.

We then ranked each city from 1 to 21 for all the criteria with a #1 ranking being the worst for the particular criteria.

Next, we averaged the rankings into one “Worst Place To Live Score”.

Finally, we ranked every city on the “Worst Place To Live Score” with the lowest score being the worst city in Connecticut — Hartford. Read on for a detailed look at the 10 worst cities in Connecticut.

This list is a scientific analysis based on real data and is completely unbiased.

Hartford, CT

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Population: 124,390
Rank Last Year: 1 (No Change)
Median Home Value: $162,300 (4th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 16.0% (1st worst)
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Well, the good news, is, obviously, there’s lots to do in Hartford.

The bad news is Hartford ranks almost the highest in the state of Connecticut for crime and unemployment rate, and residents earn a paltry income each year. Hard-core Hartfordians might disagree with this ranking, but, again, the data doesn’t lie — it’s the worst place to live in Connecticut for 2019.

Waterbury, CT

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Population: 109,250
Rank Last Year: 2 (No Change)
Median Home Value: $128,600 (1st worst)
Unemployment Rate: 12.1% (4th worst)
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Waterbury has a 12.1% unemployment rate (4th in CT), below average income levels and the 3rd highest crime rate in the state.

This random City-Data comment sums up Waterbury.

“I visited Waterbury over the weekend and I have to say the place just seemed completely depressing.

“I saw lots people around Waterbury who looked…well bad. Like former alcoholics and drug addicts.

“And what’s with the poorish looking area, where there were a lot of people in run down homes?

“Just looked sad.”

Bridgeport, CT

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Population: 147,586
Rank Last Year: 3 (No Change)
Median Home Value: $170,300 (6th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 13.8% (2nd worst)
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If you live in Connecticut, you may or may not be surprised that Bridgeport ranked, at least on paper, as the 3rd worst place to live in the state. It has almost the highest unemployment rate in the state, and it’s almost the most dangerous.

And if weather matters, Bridgeport is one of the worst spots, based on rain, snow, sunny days and humidity.

Incidentally, Bridgeport is the 21st most densely populated city in Connecticut. Draw your own conclusions.

New Haven, CT

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Population: 130,884
Rank Last Year: 4 (No Change)
Median Home Value: $189,400 (10th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 10.4% (6th worst)
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Most of the rest of the cities on this list deserve to be on here due to their high crime numbers. New Haven is the 2nd most dangerous city in Connecticut, according to the FBI. Residents had a 1 in 25.1 chance of being the victim of a property crime. That’s really high for Connecticut, but not even the highest in the state.

Home values are the 10th cheapest in the state, and income levels are almost as low as you can get. Households in New Haven bring in just under $39,191 a year annually.

New London, CT

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Population: 27,147
Rank Last Year: 5 (No Change)
Median Home Value: $177,100 (8th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 12.2% (3rd worst)
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When you’re looking at the worst places you could live in Connecticut, New London ranks 5th worst. Let’s see why.

Here in New London, crime is the 5th highest in the state, and 1 out of 36.6 residents was robbed here according to the latest FBI numbers.

That’s not the first place you think of making home, is it?

Additionally, you have a 1 in 205 chance of being the victim of a violent crime, which includes rapes, attacks or murders. That’s really high.

When you look at adult education in Connecticut, the folks in New London have the 6th highest drop out rate. And other factors that make New London undesirable are the low median incomes and home prices.

The unemployment rate is the 3rd highest in Connecticut, at 12.2%. That’s actually on par with the national average, which means Connecticut has some hard workers.

New Britain, CT

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Population: 73,069
Rank Last Year: 6 (No Change)
Median Home Value: $156,800 (2nd worst)
Unemployment Rate: 8.7% (10th worst)
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New Britain is a hot mess right now. There are some big economic problems here AND crime is really high. In fact, New Britain is the 4th most dangerous place you can live in Connecticut.

Residents in New Britain have a 1 in 35.0 chance of being the victim of a property crime. That’s a lot of stolen laptops, cell phones and sunglasses.

When you’re considering home prices, you can’t do much lower than in New Britain, where average homes are valued at only$156,800. That’s the 2nd-lowest in the state. But residents earn far less than in other cities, so their mortgage payments might still seem overwhelming.

Derby, CT

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Population: 12,700
Rank Last Year: 7 (No Change)
Median Home Value: $194,600 (13th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 9.9% (8th worst)
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There’s probably not many people in Connecticut that would be surprised to see Derby on this list. In fact, if Derby wasn’t somewhere in the top 10, most people would start to wonder if our data was accurate.

Here are the statistics. Derby has the 8th worst crime rate in Connecticut. No surprises there. How dangerous is it though? There were almost 42 violent crimes in Derby in 2019. Residents here had a 1 in 302 chance of being killed, raped or attacked. Just wow.

The home values in Derby are the 13th cheapest in the state ($194,600), the unemployment rate is the 8th highest (9.9%), and the annual household income is 12th lowest in Connecticut, at $57,432. That’s basically at the poverty level for a family of four.

Norwich, CT

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Population: 39,875
Rank Last Year: 10 (Up 2)
Median Home Value: $168,200 (5th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 9.0% (9th worst)
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If you’re looking to live in Connecticut, Norwich might not be the best choice as it places 8th in our ranking of the worst places to live in the Constitution State for 2019.

The average family earns $53,682 a year out here, and 14.6% of the population is below the poverty line. Nearly 9.0% of the population is out of work.

And when you consider the crime, it’s just crazy to think of how dangerous it is to live way out here. When you’re in Norwich, every year, you have a 1 in 66.3 chance of being robbed. Can you imagine? Perhaps it’s an economic factor, or the fact that the people out there are so isolated, but the fact remains, it’s the 16th most dangerous place in the state, per capita.

Torrington, CT

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Population: 35,078
Rank Last Year: 8 (Down 1)
Median Home Value: $160,200 (3rd worst)
Unemployment Rate: 7.8% (13th worst)
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you’re looking to live in Connecticut, Torrington might not be the best choice as it places 9th in our ranking of the worst places to live for 2019.

Torrington doesn’t have the worst crime in the state, but it’s sure up there. And when you factor in one of the lowest household incomes in the state and a sky high unemployment rate, Torrington may not be your first choice for a vacation.

Danbury, CT

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Population: 84,573
Rank Last Year: 14 (Up 4)
Median Home Value: $289,700 (17th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 7.5% (14th worst)
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Welcome to Danbury, which might be one of the poorest areas in Connecticut. Residents average $68,068 a year in combined income, which is right at the poverty line. In fact, 11.6% of Danbury residents live below the poverty level.

Homes here go for an average of $289,700 and the unemployment rate hovers near 7.5%.

Wrapping Up The Worst In Connecticut

If you’re looking at areas in Connecticut with the worst economic situations, where there’s higher than average crime, and not a lot to do, this is an accurate list.

And in the end, Hartford ranks as the worst city to live in Connecticut for 2019.

If you’re curious enough, here are the best cities to live in Connecticut:

  1. Middletown (Pop. 46,747)
  2. Milford (Pop. 52,331)
  3. Shelton (Pop. 41,282)

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Detailed List Of The Worst Places To Live In Connecticut

Rank City Population Unemployment Rate Home Value
1 Hartford 124,390 16.0% $162,300
2 Waterbury 109,250 12.1% $128,600
3 Bridgeport 147,586 13.8% $170,300
4 New Haven 130,884 10.4% $189,400
5 New London 27,147 12.2% $177,100
6 New Britain 73,069 8.7% $156,800
7 Derby 12,700 9.9% $194,600
8 Norwich 39,875 9.0% $168,200
9 Torrington 35,078 7.8% $160,200
10 Danbury 84,573 7.5% $289,700
11 West Haven 55,044 10.2% $193,300
12 Ansonia 18,953 10.4% $208,700
13 Meriden 60,241 7.3% $173,100
14 Naugatuck 31,649 8.7% $179,900
15 Norwalk 88,537 8.0% $421,900
16 Groton 9,184 6.9% $197,600
17 Stamford 128,851 7.4% $516,000
18 Bristol 60,498 6.9% $190,500
19 Middletown 46,747 6.1% $228,500
20 Milford 52,331 5.9% $302,200
21 Shelton 41,282 6.8% $341,500

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41 thoughts on “These Are The 10 Worst Places To Live In Connecticut For 2019

  1. This is crazy, a joke, or just both! South Woodstock is not a town or a city, neither is East Brooklyn. South Woodstock literally touches three of the most beautiful areas in northeast CT, but with more amenities than surrounding towns. Convenient, quaint, and historical, it is more expensive due to the aforementioned and the amazing school system. In defense of Putnam, it’s one of the up and coming towns winning statewide recognition for food, antiques, shopping, and fun and THREE MILES from “South Woodstock”, you better check your stats and sources! hahaha!

  2. I think this list is highly inaccurate. Woodstock, Putnam, Killingly and Brooklyn are very nice towns to live in. I don’t think all of your scientific factors used are neccisarily negatives. instead you should look at factors that involve education, culture, and quality of life.

    1. This is absurd! Families move to Woodstock, build or buy “nice” homes, mainly for the highly rated educational system which is located, geographically, in South Woodstock although Woodstock Academy is considered Woodstock. Someone just wanted to write for the sake of writing , not bothering to gather any facts, but the disclaimer did mention something about just an opinion! Oh, well.

  3. On behalf of north eastern Connecticut I’d like to say F U. Clearly you’ve never been there. We are the Last Green Valley. We have the oldest agricultural fair in the country. We have fine dining, festivals, great local businesses, award winning restaurants, and are just sucking awesome. We have an amazing Artist community. I will agree on willingly but you have it all wrong about putnam and woodstock. Want a shitty north eastern town check out Moosup or something……also south woodstock is not a town it is a burrow of woodstock….at least get your shit straight….some with “south Brooklyn”.

  4. Why isn’t Willimantic on this list?? If you’re looking for unemployment, drug use, and poverty, start there. The quiet towns mentioned like killingly, Brooklyn and Woodstock are great communities! We may not have big city clubs for entertainment value, but our agriculture and historical sites are world renowned. No, we don’t have big city life, and we like it that way. As far as crime, drugs, poverty, and bad education are concerned, stay away from Hartford, Willimantic, and wauregan.

  5. Westbrook’s town center is a dump. The only nice building is the Walgreen’s building and that is saying something in itself. There are very few nice houses in that town.

    1. You have no idea what you are talking about. I am 14th generation Westbrook resident! Beautiful town and houses. Many historic and many new high end houses…large range!!

    2. If you think Walgreens is the nicest building on the Westbrook town green, you clearly don’t belong in this area. Go enjoy yourself in some low-class, overpopulated town that has demolished all the beautiful historic buildings.

    3. that is the most hideous building in the town center, where are you from Long Island? That’s the only building that pops out as oversized and prefab compared to the rest which are historic New England. Westbrook use to be a hidden gem and now it’s become built up and people flock to it for their great schools. It’s smack in the middle of the golden shoreline, if you can stay with me here…Fairfield county sucks, oh such fun that area is(congestion, trust fun bums, losers) and new London which is cool but rough. Fairfield, new haven, and new London all have sea ports=nasty. Westbrook is one town over from old saybrook which butts up to the CT River which does NOT have a seaport because of old blue laws. ITS THE NICEST CALMEST HUCK FIN ADVENTOUROUS TOWN IN CT! Now don’t go making fun of Bills Seatood for serving food on paper plates I’ll scream! Read the reviews of Bills on Yelp they’re so funny, I love that Westbrook is semi rustic and deters most preppy tool bags, that’s what Fairfield county is for oh what great fun, land of the fake, yes johny is taking cricket lessons

      1. I’m from long island and want to move to CT. Can you tell me if this article is correct about Waterbury as I found a few houses their I love but have read many articles like this saying it’s a bad area with a lot of crime.

        1. The mill rate in Waterbury is 60, one of the highest in the state, you’ll be taxed to death and it will push your mortgage payment up to a point that you will only qualify for a lower cost home and not the ones you’d expect to get, better off going to outskirts of Waterbury

        2. We also have the beaches and best marinas! The downtown you speak of is very old and historic! Can you afford to live there or are you just mad you can’t afford it? LOL

  6. F the sox and f the patriots go giants ! Knew this article was crap when you opened with those teams. Nobody should like them f Boston

  7. I grew up in Seymour, a lot of the “empty homes” are new constructions. Seymour is a beautiful peaceful town with farms, horses, larger homes and high end living. Its mostly wooded, not a lot of crime, beautiful remodeled schools, affordable apartments, shopping centers. Recreational centers, great parks for kids, exellent down town landscaping, a center for both the Hoisatonic and the Naugatuck river and beautiful springs and waterfalls. It has miles of hiking trails and acres of reserved forestry. It has a beautiful antique district with historic buildings and small shops and it has newer retail facilities SBD its a developing town. It hosts tons of festivals and parades like its famous Pumpkin Festival…. I grew up there, it was amazing. The best town to raise your family if you want a beautiful rural community.

  8. This is an example of how not to use science. Speaking as a resident, familiar with much of the state, your analysis, however well grounded in data it may be, is complete bunk. For example, putting Georgetown on a list of the worst places to live in Connecticut is hilarious, and you cite the comparatively “low” median household salary — then you compare it to Hartford, a city literally 100 times the size with a fraction of the median household income.

    Also, how can you compare weather from town to town with a straight face? It’s one of the smallest states in the union.

  9. There is no better town to grow up in than Seymour CT! Such a great pedestrian downtown of independent restaurants and historic buildings, with some fine art galleries and antique shops. So many beautiful neighborhoods of Victorian and colonial homes, mostly in good repair, much of it with sidewalks. Parks are close to almost every neighborhood, there are many small woods to explore as kids or adults. The schools are excellent, the teachers care and the buildings are updated. The people are nice, many of them have lived here for many decades. The Naugatuck and Housatonic rivers provide fine recreation and scenery, including the new fish ladder at the Falls. My favorite town in the world, the place of my happy childhood back then and of my nieces’ and nephews’ happy childhood now.

    The author of this article has done absurd “research” using criteria that obviously do not yield real-world measure of quality of life. And if he indeed did all that supposed research, why not publish the tabulated data and cite the sources –not because it would make his absurd conclusions correct, but at least prove you did the research and let it be seen so the obviously bad methodology can be critiqued and understood for the mis-measure it is.

  10. I’m from Bridgeport and yes our taxes are high but I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else. Bridgeport is improving for the better no matter what you think. Where else in Connecticut can you enjoy the zoo, the beach, multiple parks, free outdoor music every week in the summer,out door movie nights, arts festivals, vibes, the theater, catch the ferry and so much more!!!! I am tired of everyone talking about Bridgeport, there are worst places to live.

  11. This author is simply dead wrong. At least about Westbrook. Westbrook is one of the best kept secrets. I also find his math flawed. Percentages in different populations are totally different. According to his article, Westbrook has about 2200 people living in it and about 25% of houses are vacant. That’s a little over 500 house (which I’m not sure I believe). But there is a town with about 25,000 people. 25% of that would be 6,000 house. My point is that you can’t compare Westbrook to most towns because the population is so small. As for crime, I haven’t heard of any. NOT ANY! I’m wondering if he is counting all the shoplifting from travelers visiting the Westbrook Outlets. Or maybe traffic violations?? I simply cannot figure out where his crime figure came from. This is one of the safest places to be. The green is small, but the community events held there are top notch! I grew up in Madison (top 10 town) and Westbrook feels pretty much the same. This guy needs to do more research!

    1. I agree! Grew up in Madison as well, Lol you are exactly right! Best hidden gem on shoreline, love the ride on route 1 passing all the beautiful boats and fresh air, tiny but, special. People are super friendly and tourists can’t say enough, come back every year that says a lot!!

  12. Wrong! Yes, downtown Danielson and parts of Dayville are crappy, but my side of Dayville heading up 101 towards RI is beautiful. This article is ridiculous and if having a long commute is all you got, that’s pathetic. There are many other towns I can think of that are much worse.

  13. Your analysis is flawed. The population of the town is roughly 6,500 people. There are vacant homes here due to “summer residents” and snowbirds. The town shuts the water off in November to many of these beach front shanties. Housing prices are high due to consumer demand.
    Why not base your analysis off how many stop lights Westbrook has or the tonnage of fish caught. Both seem more plausible than your method. Somewhere in Durham North Carolina a car salesman is trying to appear as a statistician.

  14. Interesting article. As someone who just moved from the shoreline to happening and hip Durham, NC I have to agree that these towns are pretty lame. I spent years traveling around many of the towns mentioned and although they are mostly physically beautiful there isn’t much going on economy wise, culturally and there is pervasive small town mentality that was very limiting for us.

    I don’t know about his statistics or whether he is right or not about crime and vacant houses but I do know that on our street there half the people lived there for only a few months in the summer making the neighborhood dead and bleak for the rest of the year.
    We were glad to leave and do not miss it, beauty and all.

  15. Terribly misinformed article with incorrect data.

    Want crappy CT towns? Try Willimantic, New London, or Hartford. The only one I agree with is Bridgeport.

    Killingly? Westbrook? Woodstock? Uh.. Those are actually pretty well-off towns. Wonder what the author is smoking.

  16. Given that Georgetown lies in four towns—Wilton, Redding, Ridgefield and Weston—and is a postal designation, but not a taxing district, you might want to re-examined your statistics.

  17. Why is low population density negative? That makes no sense at all. Also, Westbrook is a wonderful place and highly desirable. If I was rating articles, this one would be in the Top 10 worst list.

  18. Nick James, your “scientific analysis” is laughable. You have census-designated areas mentioned that aren’t even towns. Low population density as a negative value? Well then Dhaka Bangladesh must be heaven on earth! How does population density equate to a higher standard of living? Moreover, how the hell is Waterbury not on this list?

    My personal 5 worst (I’ll spare Bridgeport as it’s been beaten up enough), in no particular order:

    1. New Britain
    2. Waterbury
    3. Derby
    4. Hartford
    5. Willimantic

    Nick, you know nothing about CT and your article is garbage. Please throw yourself under a bus.

    Concerned CT Citizen

  19. This article seems to be geared on the premise that old equals boring and that a town without a nightlife is boring. Many “older” people are more active than younger people between working and volunteer activities. They are engaged in what they do and are outside of themselves. You see young people on a date and they are each on their various devices rather than concentrating on each other. Whoop dee do!

  20. Any list for lousy CT town that doesnt have Waterbury at the top of it is crap. Did Waterbury buy their removal from this list? For heavens sake, the reason why Route 8 was even built was so people could leave Waterbury.

  21. This is one of the worst articles i have read in some time. The reasons and justifications for these places being the “worst” places to live, is laughable. Lets be blunt here, what makes a town/city a bad place to live? Crime and poverty. Not having places to go out, is not a valid point for making a town “a bad places to live”. The list should look like this, based on crime, poverty, urban blight and quality of life.
    1. Hartford
    3.New Haven
    4.New Britain
    5.Meriden/Waterbury (tie)

    These are all places with rich history, but unfortunately are havens for drugs and violence. It is a brutal truth that i hope changes one day. These cities are just like all those around the country, the ones you see in the movies are right down the street from me and you.

  22. I have lived most of my life in Killingly, in fact I moved to Leicester, MA for close to 10 years and moved back to Killingly. My wife loves the sense of community in the northeast connecticut, when we moved here it was the land of Pizza joints, no coffee shops, Ocean State Job lot was the only place to shop, beside a few local businesses. Now the area has a large mall in dayville, and a few smaller, gyms, and even though the downtown is run down with very few businesses, it’s a great place to live. I worked outside if Boston, so the commute was long, but the great part of living in Northeast is you are less than 60 miles or less of the 3 state capitals. Unemployment is common in the area with low wages, but as stated you are in a tri-state area so most folks work out of town. Crime is petty and non violent. The area is quiet, hence it’s nickname “Quiet Corner” agree with most replies that you do not know what you are talking about, and if you lived in the area you might be able to enjoy the quiet where you can concealed in writing a great article, rather than the trash you threw out on us.

  23. Given the fact that Georgetown doesn’t even touch Danbury, and is like 10 minutes from it, and is a village not even a town, and the majority is located in Wilton, a beautiful town you may want to get your facts corrected.

  24. As an outsider just touring around the area for an escape of Providence, I have to say this article is off by a long shot. Those of us mid lifers with families love the qualify of life out here. Pomfret, Woodstock, Brooklyn, even killingly and Danielson are in there too. There is some rural beauty out here. A great county fair and small town atmosphere are not a bad thing at all. As far as work goes, people around here all travel to other places in RI, MA, and so on. So what? Then they retreat back to the goodness and serenity of the country? There is all the stores you need in Killingly, Lisbon, or anywhere else you want to travel to. RI is a hop skip and jump away? Taxes are cheap, a lot of house for the money, and up and coming place too? Crime is Wauregan, Norwich, and the others mentioned above. Statistics are subjective at best. CT has beautiful green valleys this Rhode Islander would love to own! Now, do an article on how horrible Rhode Island is, ILL HELP YOU WITH IT. Leave CT alone its cost effective and motorcycle friendly, woods and fairs and friendly country folks too! Much respect my CT neighbors you have a beautiful place!

  25. We have more citizens moving into Willimantic than out….More businesses moving into Willimantic than out……..Local university in Willimantic continues to receive accolades from those organizations grading colleges and universities.

    Most agree that one of Willimantic’s charm is that it is authenic.

    Willimantic is where “history meets the arts”.

  26. Niantic, Connecticut should of been on the list as one of the worst towns. They have the most cold heartless stuck up ritzy people in Connecticut. I was just told to stop walking across a lawn today by some b*tch. I walk across a small part of it cause it’s dangerous to walk on the street.

  27. Bob Apples – I love your response, and I agree. I love Westbrook, and jealous I don’t live there. I love Bills, though I hear it’s better in the fall. I’m just jealous I don’t live there.

  28. Yes I will agree buying a house in New Britain does not make economic sense. The elementary schools are not the best, but the high school is a really good school. As far as crime, I don’t know where they are getting there facts, but New Britain is not unsafe. I’ve been here for a long time and I have never had any problems. With our young hard working mayor, this city has a lot of pride again. Downtown is coming back. Our parks are second to none. Our hospital is excellent. CCSU is a great place for higher education. Traffic is no problem, and we can get to anywhere in the state in under an hour. Why not visit some of these communities before you slander them?!

  29. I’m from long island and want to move to CT. Can
    anyone native to the area tell me if this article is correct about Waterbury. I found a few houses their I love but have read many articles like this saying it’s a bad area with a lot of crime.

  30. While New Haven is not a entertainment mecca, they have many museums, restaurants, events, and other things to do, more than most of the other cities in CT.

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