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New Census Reflects Growing U.S. Population Diversity

Details: The U.S. population grew by a modest 7.4 percent during the past decade to 331.4 million in April 2020. Yet, there was significant variation in the rate and direction of population change among the numerous racial and Hispanic origin groups that together represent the U.S. population. The net result was a significant increase in racial

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Smallest U.S. Population Growth in History: More Deaths

Details: The population grew in 17 other states only because they gained enough migrants to offset a natural loss due to more deaths than births. Among the 18 states that lost population, 4 had both more deaths than births and a migration loss, and in 4 states the excess of death over births was greater than a migration gain.

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Modest Population Gains, but Growing Diversity in New

Details: The non-Hispanic Asian population is 35,600 (2.6 percent), and non-Hispanic Blacks number 18,700 (1.4 percent). These groups each had significant population gains between 2010 and 2020. The largest population gain was among multiracial non-Hispanic residents, who at 54,600, now represent 4 percent of the state.

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2020 Census Reflects Lagging U.S. Population Growth

Details: Substantial Population Gains in Some States, Losses in Others. The overall modest gain in U.S. population is a composite of widely varying growth among the states. Most of the nation’s largest relative population gains were concentrated in states in the South and West (Figure 1).

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New Hampshire’s Estimated Population Gain Is the …

Details: The population of New Hampshire grew by 5,500 (0.4 percent) to 1,366,000 between July of 2019 and July of 2020, according to new Census Bureau estimates.This was the largest population percentage increase in New England.

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U.S. Population Growth Slows, but Diversity Grows …

Details: All of the nation’s population increase, both last year and since 2010, is the result of minority population gains. The minority population grew by 1,777,000 or 1.4 percent in the last year and by 19,500,000 or 17.5 percent since 2010. A Hispanic population gain of 932,000 fueled 60 percent of the entire population increase last year.

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New Hampshire Demographics What is New Hampshire

Details: Population gains in New Hampshire are stimulated by two factors. The first is the peripheral sprawl of the Boston metropolitan area: population growth rates are high in a broad band around the outer edge of the Boston metropolitan area, including much of southeastern New Hampshire.

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Data Snapshot: U.S. Population Growth Continues to Slow

Details: The U.S. population grew by just 2,020,000 or 0.62 percent between July 2017 and July 2018 according to recent Census Bureau estimates. This is the lowest population growth rate since 1937. A major contributor to the nation’s recent low growth rate is the diminishing surplus of births over deaths—what demographers call natural increase.

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Population, Greenspace, and Development Carsey …

Details: Population density strongly influences the conversion of greenspace to development, but it is not the only factor: population growth, the initial prevalence of greenspace, and the area’s recreational or retirement appeal are important as well. Conversions are most likely to occur on the urban periphery and in high-amenity rural areas.

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New Hampshire Population Grew Last Year, Even Though

Details: The population of New Hampshire grew by 6,200 to 1,360,000 between July of 2018 and July of 2019 according to new Census Bureau estimates. The state’s population increased even though there were fewer births than deaths in the state last year.

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Distribution of New Hampshire’s Older Population

Details: Delivering health care to New Hampshire’s population during the COVID-19 epidemic is complicated by the uneven spatial distribution of its older population. Older adults are much more likely to experience serious health consequences as a result of exposure to COVID-19, including higher rates of hospitalization and mortality.

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Why People Move to and Stay in New Hampshire Carsey

Details: Migration affects a population’s composition as well as its size. New Hampshire’s population is aging, as reflected in a significant increase in people above 50 years old in the past fifteen years. 3 But because more young people have moved in than out in recent years, migration has helped to balance the state’s age profile.

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New Census Data Reveal Modest Population Growth in New

Details: New Hampshire’s population reached 1,377,529 on April 1, 2020, an increase of 61,000 residents (4.6 percent) since April 1, 2010 according to new 2020 Census data. This increase is smaller than the state’s population gain of 6.5 percent between 2000 and 2010.

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Health Conditions and an Older Population Increase COVID

Details: The rural population is older and has more health conditions. Distances are greater, places are more isolated, and the population density is lower. These factors may have sheltered nonmetropolitan counties from the initial onslaught of COVID-19, but the situation is changing rapidly. As the virus spreads, the risk to rural populations is growing.

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Demography Carsey School of Public Policy UNH

Details: Population change exerts a significant impact on communities, families, and institutions. Demography is not destiny, but researchers and policymakers ignore it at their peril. At the Carsey School of Public Policy, we seek to delineate the population change underway in communities and to analyze the demographic forces that cause it, using the

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Aligning Investments to Improve Population Health Center

Details: Aligning Investments to Improve Population Health: A Statewide Strategy to Address the Social Determinants of Health. Background. The COVID-19 pandemic and related economic challenges have heightened focus on the role that the physical environment and social determinants of health 1 play in wellbeing and economic growth. Simultaneously, the

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Deaths Exceeded Births in a Record Number of States in

Details: The surplus of births over deaths added just 229,000 to the population in 2020 compared to 892,000 in 2019: a decline of 74 percent. This decline coupled with diminished immigration produced the United States’ smallest annual percentage population gain in at least 100 years.

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COVID-19 Economic Crisis: By State Carsey School of

Details: Chart 3 shows the Employment-to-Population Ratio (EPOP) for 2020 and 2021. This is the percent of the population age 16 and over that is gainfully employed. It dropped precipitously as jobs were lost at the beginning of the recession and rebounded through the summer of 2020, but has been coming back only slowly (although fairly steadily) since

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Demography Page 2 What is New Hampshire

Details: Hispanics are the largest minority population in New Hampshire with 50,300 residents, or 3.7 percent of the population. The Asian population is 35,600 (2.7 percent), and African Americans number 18,000 (1.3 percent). Each of these three groups …

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Federal EITC Kept 2 Percent of the Population Out of

Details: This brief consists of a pooled sample using the Current Population Survey (CPS) Annual Social and Economic Supplement (ASEC) between the years of 2011–2015. The CPS ASEC is sponsored by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Census Bureau, and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), providing annual income, migration, benefits, and

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Diversity Growing Because Births Far Exceed Deaths Among

Details: The growing diversity of the U.S. population evident in new Census Bureau estimates reflects two important demographic trends. The minority population

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Data Snapshot: Migration Fuels Largest New Hampshire

Details: The population of New Hampshire grew by 7,800 between July of 2016 and July of 2017 to 1,343,000 according to new Census Bureau estimates. This is the largest population gain for the state since 2005 and 60 percent greater than last year, though it remains modest compared to gains in the 1980s and 1990s.

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Migration Fuels a Second Year of Higher Population Gain in

Details: The population of New Hampshire grew by 6,700 between July of 2017 and July of 2018 to 1,356,000 according to new Census Bureau estimates. This gain coupled with a population increase of 7,400 last year added 14,100 residents to …

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Data Snapshot: Hispanic Population of Child-Bearing Age

Details: The U.S. population grew by just 0.62 percent last year, the smallest rate of increase in eighty years. Future growth now depends on minority population gains, because the white population is no longer growing. Hispanics are the largest minority group and now account for the majority of U.S. population gain.

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What is New Hampshire: Demography A

Details: Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Decennial Census, 1970–2010 & 2018 Population Estimates. New Hampshire Trends The Pace of Demographic Change in New Hampshire New Hampshire gained 40,000 residents (a 3 percent increase) between 2000 and 2018, and the population hit 1,356,458 by July 1, 2018, according to the Census Bureau. This recent population

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Providing Clean Energy Solutions to India’s Bottom of the

Details: By unifying its energy services along a value chain that employs almost half of India’s working population, Oorja is able to maximize its market share and ability to create economic opportunity, improve the standard of living, and combat climate change in rural agrarian communities. Franchising Approach

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Rural America Growing Again Due to Migration Gains

Details: The population gain was small, just 37,000 (.1 percent), but it contrasts with a loss of 32,000 just two years ago and to a modest population gain last year. Population growth was fueled by renewed net migration coupled with a surplus of births over deaths, though this natural increase is dwindling.

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Mapping the Food Landscape in New Hampshire Carsey

Details: Second, none of the state’s least-population-dense places have less than 12 percent of people with low incomes. However, some of New Hampshire’s most densely populated areas—Nashua and Manchester—stand out as having especially high shares of low-income residents, especially in contrast with higher-income suburbs.

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Deaths Exceed Births in Most of Europe, But Not in the

Details: When births fail to keep pace with deaths in a country there is a “natural” decrease in population and a substantial risk of population loss—loss that can often only be avoided by increased migration. Seventeen European nations have more people dying in them than being born, including several of Europe’s most populous countries.

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Kenneth Johnson Carsey School of Public Policy UNH

Details: He is a nationally recognized expert on U.S. demographic trends. His research examines national and regional population redistribution, rural and urban demographic change, the growing racial diversity of the U.S. population, the relationship between demographic and environmental change and the implications of demographic change for public policy.

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Equity and Adequacy of New Hampshire School Funding …

Details: Population sparsity or extent of rurality Differences in academic and nonacademic programming for students in different grades Geographic differences in resources, including personnel wages and nonpersonnel resources There are other collective characteristics of the student population, such as the local concentration of

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New Hampshire Economy What is New Hampshire

Details: Average weekly wages and percent of population age 25 or older with a bachelor’s degree or more, by N.H. county, 2017 Education While the state scores higher than the national average on a number of educational measures, there are troubling gaps in educational attainment between lower-income and higher-income students.

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Demography Resource Category Carsey School of Public

Details: The population of New Hampshire grew by 7,800 between July of 2016 and July of 2017 to 1,343,000 according to new Census Bureau estimates. This is the largest population gain for the state since 2005 and 60 percent greater than last year, though it remains modest compared to gains in the 1980s and 1990s.

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Voting and Registration 2018 Technical Documentation

Details: CURRENT POPULATION SURVEY, November 2018 Excerpted Voting and Registration Supplement TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION CPS - 18. 8-2----- S3 Which of the following was the MAIN reason (you/name) (was/were) not registered to vote? [READ EACH ANSWER CATEGORY TO THE RESPONDENT.

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Is Rural America Failing or Succeeding

Details: County population data come from the Censuses of 1970 to 2010 and Census Bureau estimates from 2010 to 2019. Metropolitan areas consist of one or more central counties that contain an urban nucleus of 50,000 or more people, together with any outlying counties that are economically integrated with the core.

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Biden’s Victory Due to Increased Support Along the Entire

Details: Metropolitan areas include counties containing an urban core with a population of 50,000 or more (central city), along with adjacent counties that are highly integrated with the core county. There are 1,163 metro counties and 1,949 counties classified as nonmetropolitan.

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U.S. Fertility Rates and Births Continue to Diminish

Details: National Center for Health Statistics data for 2019 show the lowest fertility rates on record and just 3,746,000 births—the fewest since 1985. Listen in as Carsey School Senior Demographer Ken Johnson discusses what this means for the U.S. population.

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White Deaths Exceed Births in One-Third of U.S. States

Details: This senior population is projected to expand from nearly 15 percent of the total population in 2015 to nearly 24 percent in 2060.2 Much of this aging baby boom population is white, and so white mortality is growing. Together, growing white mortality and the diminishing number of white births increase the likelihood of more white natural decrease.

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Inequities in Job Recovery During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Details: The labor force exit of Whites is dominated by the growth of 2.2 million in the White retiree population, which rose by 6 percent between February 2020 and June 2021—a growth rate 2.6 times higher than that experienced in similar length periods before the pandemic (e.g., the retiree population grew 2.3 percent between February 2018 and June

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