Indicators for
New Hampshire
New Hampshire


State Highlights

Population characteristics

Migration and natural change
Hispanic origin

Income and poverty

Poverty rate, overall
Poverty rate, by age
Median household income
Per capita income
Personal income by source
Reduced price school lunch program


Unemployment rate
Number of jobs
Wage per job
Employment by industry
Self-employment rate
Labor force participation rate

Family / kids

Household types
Teen birth rate
Teens unemployed and not in school


Total housing units
Value of owner occupied housing


Educational attainment
High school drop out rate
Student teacher ratio


Late or no prenatal care
Low birth weight babies
Infant mortality
Number of physicians

Crime and safety

Juvenile arrests
Violent crimes reported
Total crimes reported
Number of police officers

New Hampshire: Migration and natural change

From 2010 to 2011, New Hampshire . . .
  • Lost 2,081 residents through net out-migration.
  • Had a net migration rate of -0.2 percent.
Net migration, or the difference between how many people moved in and how many moved out, is one part of population change. The other part is natural change, or the difference between births and deaths.

From 2010 to 2011, New Hampshire . . .

  • Grew by 3,858 residents due to natural change.
  • Had a natural change rate of 0.3 percent.

Net migration and natural change
New Hampshire and U.S., 2011-2011

Note: The time period shown in this graph is July 1, 2010 through July 1, 2011.

Source: 2000-2011: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Population Estimates Program, (

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