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Number of people in prison in 2020 from each Connecticut General Assembly district

General Assembly districts Number of people in state prison from each General Assembly district, 2020 Census population, 2020 Total population, 2020 Imprisonment rate per 100,000
District 1 280 22,562 22,842 1,226
District 2 21 24,167 24,188 87
District 3 206 22,825 23,031 894
District 4 272 23,476 23,748 1,145
District 5 164 24,363 23,667 693
District 6 143 23,505 23,648 605
District 7 279 22,659 22,938 1,216
District 8 22 23,442 23,464 94
District 9 66 23,352 23,418 282
District 10 106 23,570 23,676 448
District 11 77 23,435 23,512 327
District 12 74 24,275 24,349 304
District 13 65 23,418 23,483 277
District 14 21 23,643 23,664 89
District 15 72 23,703 23,775 303
District 16 10 24,517 24,527 41
District 17 3 24,275 24,278 12
District 18 27 24,371 24,398 111
District 19 10 24,704 24,714 40
District 20 21 24,780 24,801 85
District 21 13 23,917 23,930 54
District 22 54 23,732 23,786 227
District 23 20 23,285 23,305 86
District 24 145 23,653 23,798 609
District 25 264 23,675 23,939 1,103
District 26 92 23,704 23,796 387
District 27 39 24,426 24,465 159
District 28 15 24,217 24,232 62
District 29 20 23,926 23,946 84
District 30 24 23,435 23,459 102
District 31 17 24,087 24,104 71
District 32 27 23,609 23,636 114
District 33 40 23,847 23,887 167
District 34 19 23,167 23,186 82
District 35 12 23,304 23,316 51
District 36 19 23,349 23,368 81
District 37 22 25,418 24,671 89
District 38 34 24,657 24,691 138
District 39 214 24,043 24,257 882
District 40 41 24,436 24,477 168
District 41 52 24,214 24,266 214
District 42 1 23,518 23,519 4
District 43 39 24,236 24,275 161
District 44 72 24,664 24,736 291
District 45 43 24,682 24,725 174
District 46 135 24,313 24,448 552
District 47 41 24,738 24,779 165
District 48 30 24,407 24,437 123
District 49 130 24,425 24,555 529
District 50 41 25,156 24,790 165
District 51 68 24,288 24,356 279
District 52 43 25,984 24,736 174
District 53 21 23,416 23,437 90
District 54 13 23,862 23,875 54
District 55 17 24,746 24,763 69
District 56 89 23,077 23,166 384
District 57 23 23,698 23,721 97
District 58 55 23,370 23,425 235
District 59 36 25,461 23,369 154
District 60 27 24,243 24,270 111
District 61 11 25,821 23,927 46
District 62 20 23,109 23,129 86
District 63 45 23,675 23,720 190
District 64 30 24,135 24,165 124
District 65 122 23,425 23,547 518
District 66 24 23,589 23,613 102
District 67 40 23,414 23,454 171
District 68 33 23,605 23,638 140
District 69 10 23,534 23,544 42
District 70 53 23,484 23,537 225
District 71 82 23,161 23,243 353
District 72 317 23,279 23,596 1,343
District 73 195 24,517 24,712 789
District 74 120 23,907 24,027 499
District 75 361 23,771 24,132 1,496
District 76 26 23,763 23,789 109
District 77 56 24,252 24,308 230
District 78 61 24,011 24,072 253
District 79 95 24,241 24,336 390
District 80 27 23,195 23,222 116
District 81 24 23,515 23,539 102
District 82 49 23,686 23,735 206
District 83 28 23,337 23,365 120
District 84 169 23,661 23,830 709
District 85 25 23,395 23,420 107
District 86 24 23,361 23,385 103
District 87 10 24,253 24,263 41
District 88 15 23,325 23,340 64
District 89 24 23,114 23,138 104
District 90 7 22,959 22,966 30
District 91 53 23,387 23,440 226
District 92 197 23,411 23,608 834
District 93 218 24,069 23,641 922
District 94 200 23,723 23,923 836
District 95 269 24,129 24,398 1,103
District 96 102 23,877 23,979 425
District 97 146 23,996 24,142 605
District 98 12 23,690 23,702 51
District 99 54 23,379 23,433 230
District 100 85 23,870 23,955 355
District 101 8 22,919 22,927 35
District 102 23 23,307 23,330 99
District 103 12 24,552 23,208 52
District 104 96 24,073 24,169 397
District 105 25 23,313 23,338 107
District 106 14 25,123 24,581 57
District 107 16 24,543 24,559 65
District 108 27 24,903 23,873 113
District 109 48 23,820 23,868 201
District 110 73 23,870 23,943 305
District 111 4 23,244 23,248 17
District 112 11 24,636 24,647 45
District 113 33 24,555 24,588 134
District 114 23 23,181 23,204 99
District 115 74 22,926 23,000 322
District 116 105 22,822 22,927 458
District 117 32 23,803 23,835 134
District 118 41 23,181 23,222 177
District 119 16 23,255 23,271 69
District 120 32 23,649 23,681 135
District 121 106 23,687 23,793 446
District 122 17 24,833 24,850 68
District 123 11 24,051 24,062 46
District 124 321 23,614 23,935 1,341
District 125 4 24,393 24,397 16
District 126 192 24,016 24,208 793
District 127 89 23,813 23,902 372
District 128 301 23,745 24,046 1,252
District 129 132 24,700 24,189 546
District 130 298 23,728 24,026 1,240
District 131 30 23,434 23,464 128
District 132 5 24,779 24,784 20
District 133 32 24,687 24,719 129
District 134 1 24,137 24,138 4
District 135 3 23,136 23,139 13
District 136 6 23,601 23,607 25
District 137 48 23,657 23,705 202
District 138 47 24,532 24,579 191
District 139 95 25,717 24,677 385
District 140 85 23,496 23,581 360
District 141 1 23,472 23,473 4
District 142 25 23,471 23,496 106
District 143 22 23,196 23,218 95
District 144 25 24,409 24,434 102
District 145 111 23,505 23,616 470
District 146 58 23,594 23,652 245
District 147 29 23,866 23,895 121
District 148 61 23,532 23,593 259
District 149 3 24,382 24,385 12
District 150 15 23,737 23,752 63
District 151 4 23,897 23,901 17

Sources and methodology

General Assembly districts
This is the Connecticut General Assembly district as drawn in 2021.
Number of people in state prison from each General Assembly district, 2020
This is the number of people from each General Assembly district in state prison as of 2020. See the methodology section of the report.
Census population, 2020
This is the population of the General Assembly district as reported in the 2020 Census.
Total population, 2020
This is the total population of the General Assembly district as reflected in the 2020 Census plus the imprisoned population.
Imprisonment rate per 100,000
This is the number of imprisoned people divided by the total population and then multiplied by 100,000. It allows ready comparison of the frequency of imprisonment between each General Assembly district of different population sizes.


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