Oakville, CT Geographic Mobility Demographics and Statistics
The American Community Survey (ACS), conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, publishes detailed estimates on geographic mobility each year. Mobility measures key components of migration patterns: how many people have moved to new homes in the past year, and from where, broken down further by demographics and other characteristics.
Unlike the Census, which is an exact count of people and households every ten years, ACS statistics are estimated based on a representative survey sample. For locations with populations under 60,000, the ACS is only available in 5-year estimates, rather than single-year periods. The 5-year estimates provide greater geographical granularity but a less granular time period.
How many people recently moved into new homes in Oakville, CT, Connecticut?
And from how far away?
How old are new residents in Oakville, CT, Connecticut?
Nationally, recent movers tend to be younger than long-time residents. This chart compares the median ages of long-term and new residents in Oakville, CT, as well as the overall median ages of each category throughout Connecticut and the United States. Use the time-slider beneath the chart to see data for other years.
Note: Use the time-slider below the charts to view different 5-year estimates.
How much money do new Oakville, CT residents make?
This chart shows the median incomes for new and long-term residents in Oakville, CT, compared with the median income for each category of resident throughout Connecticut and the United States.
Note: The American Community Survey does not report median values for locations with extremely small sample sizes, because the resulting values are too unreliable.