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New Hampshire is the 41st most populated state in the U.S. with a total population of approximately 1.4 million residents with about 527,000 households. The average household size is 2.45 (based on 2018 census data). To refine your search for someone in New Hampshire, consider the age, gender, and demographic of your subject to ensure that you’re on the right track.
The predominant race in New Hampshire is white, making up 90.3% of the state’s population. The median age is 43.2 years with 50.4% of the total population female and 49.6% male. The most populated city in New Hampshire is Manchester with 110,601 people.
Those persons under age 25 make up 28.6% of the population of New Hampshire and people over 65 make up 17.6%. New Hampshire experienced an approximately 0.60% increase in its population between 2016 and 2017, and has a workforce of about 700,000. The median annual household income of New Hampshire is $73,381 which grew 3.45% between 2016 and 2017. The mainstay of New Hampshire’s economy is its tourism industry. The White Mountains offer year-round destinations for skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and mountain climbing. Also a popular destination is an 18-mile stretch of Atlantic Ocean beaches.
|Top 3 Schools||City||# of Graduates||Graduation Rate||Acceptance Rate||Most Popular Degrees|
|Southern New Hampshire Univ.||Manchester||10,198||51%||78%||Business|
|University of New Hampshire||Durham||4,124||78%||77%||Business|
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The median home values in New Hampshire have experienced a 4.9% increase from 2016 to a median home value of $263,600 in 2017, with the median price per square foot at $146. The median rent price is $1,052, which is higher than the national average. The median listing price for homes statewide is $309,900 with most selling under the listing price.
The city in New Hampshire with the highest median home value is Rye with a median home value of $745,600 as of 2017.
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New Hampshire Facts
Official Name: New Hampshire
Name Meaning: Named after the southern English County of Hampshire.
Nickname: Granite State
Statehood: June 21, 1788 (9th State)
Total Number of Counties: 10
Largest City: Manchester
Largest County (by population): Hillsborough
Population (as of 2018): 1,356,458
History: In January 1776, New Hampshire was the first of the British North American colonies to establish a government independent of Great Britain. It was also the first to establish its own constitution. In June 1788, it was the ninth state to ratify the U.S. constitution. Historically, New Hampshire was a major center for manufacturing when mills lined the state’s many rivers. Logging, another of the state’s original industries, remains important. New Hampshire is ranked 46th in size of all states at 9,349 sq. miles, and is 68 miles in width and 190 miles in length.
|Notable People from New Hampshire||Notable Work/Position|
|Franklin Pierce||14th President of the United States (1853 to 1857). Responsible for the United States’ purchase of a 29,670 sq. mile region of present-day southern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico from Mexico in 1854.|
|Alan Shepard||Was an American astronaut, naval aviator and test pilot. In 1961, he became the first American to travel into space, and in 1971, he walked on the moon.|
|Bode Miller||An American alpine skier. An Olympic and World Cup Championship gold medalist. The most successful male American alpine skier of all time.|
|Dan Brown||An American author best known for his thriller novel including Angels & Demons, The Da Vinci Code, and many others. As of 2009, he had sold more than 80 million copies of his books.|
|Adam Sandler||An American actor who grew up in Manchester, New Hampshire. Best known for his comedy roles in films but has also been successful in romance and drama films.|
|Robert Tewksbury||A retired Major League Baseball player who played professionally for the New York Yankees, Chicago Cubs, and other MLB teams. Currently, he is a Mental Skills Coordinator for the Chicago Cubs.|
- The New Hampshire primary is the first primary in the American presidential election cycle. This primary, as the nation’s first, draws more attention than those in other states.
- New Hampshire is the only state in the U.S. that does not require adults to wear seat belts in their vehicles.
- It takes approximately 40 gallons of sap to make approximately 1 gallon of maple syrup. During the maple season, visitors to the New Hampshire Maple Museum in Bethlehem can tour the museum, learn the history of maple syrup, and observe tree tapping and sap collecting.
- The granite profile “Old Man of the Mountain” is one of the most famous landmarks in the state. The statue was carved by nature thousands of years ago, and measures 40 feet from chin to forehead. Unfortunately, it collapsed in 2003.
- The Christa McAuliffe Planetarium in Concord, New Hampshire, is dedicated to the memory of Christa McAuliffe, the teacher who died in the explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger in 1986.
- The New Hampshire community of Wolfeboro, incorporated in 1770, is known as “The Oldest Summer Resort in America.”
- New Hampshire is one of only nine states where residents don’t pay sales taxes.
- Established in 1833, the Peterborough, New Hampshire, Town Library was the first free, tax supported public library, in the United States.
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