New Hampshire municipal population estimates in the nineties
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New Hampshire municipal population estimates in the nineties

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Published by The Office in [Concord, N.H.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • New Hampshire,
  • New Hampshire.

Subjects:

  • Population forecasting -- New Hampshire -- Methodology.,
  • Cities and towns -- New Hampshire.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementNew Hampshire Office of State Planning.
ContributionsNew Hampshire. Office of State Planning.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB3525.N4 N48 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1047717M
LC Control Number93620166

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The Census estimate for Newport was 6, residents, which ranked 53rd among New Hampshire's incorporated cities and towns. Population Density and Land Area, (US Census Bureau): persons per square mile of land area.   In FY , total public school expenditures in New Hampshire were $ billion, easily the largest single municipal expense. Property taxes of $ billion — local and state — represented percent of the revenue funding public schools. The total estimated population of New Hampshire is 1,, people.1 An estimated , or 19 percent of the total population are children under the age of Table 1. depicts a breakdown of the estimated population of children by age. The most recent live birth data () available from the Department of Health.   Safer, for now. But so far, the northernmost reaches of the state have largely been spared the impact of the virus. As of Ap nine of 10 ten cases of Covid in New Hampshire have been reported in the four southeastern counties — Hillsborough, Rockingham, Merrimack and Strafford, home to three-quarters of the population.

Historical Census Statistics on Population Totals by Race, to , and by Hispanic Origin, to , for the United States, Regions, Divisions, and States, by Campbell Gibson and Kay Jung. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division Working Paper No. 56, The following table lists the population of each state in the United States, from the year to From to , Nevada grew the fastest, followed by Arizona, Utah, Idaho and Texas. Louisiana, Ohio, and Rhode Island had the slowest increase in population. Michigan was the only state to experience a population decline over the decade. Travel and Tourism. Jobs and Workers. Traffic Around the State. Weather Around the State. News and Events. Office of the Govenor Governor Chris Sununu State of the State Address. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources NH's Poetry Out Loud semi-finals begin February Tornado activity: Laconia-area historical tornado activity is slightly below New Hampshire state is 60% smaller than the overall U.S. average.. On 7/3/, a category F2 (max. wind speeds mph) tornado miles away from the Laconia city center injured 7 people and caused between $ and $50, in damages.. On 7/18/, a category F2 tornado Location: Belknap County.

The latest population estimates indicate that the long-term movement to the South and West is continuing. Of course, the biggest exception in the West remains its largest state, California, which has become one of the nation's largest exporters of people since the s.   But either way, it is people moving here, not people having babies, who are making the Census Bureau estimates say that the state grew by 6, people 35° E-Edition Subscribe Login.   Slow population growth—and in some areas, population loss—has garnered significant attention across northern New England. 7, 8, 9 Figure 1 illustrates the changes in population across municipalities over this period. 10 Twenty-seven percent of the cities and towns across Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont lost population between and.   New Hampshire has become more dependent than ever on migration to keep its population from shrinking, judging from the latest Census Bureau , the state saw more deaths than births.