Indicators for
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

Maine: Race

In Maine . . .
  • People who identified themselves as being a race other than white made up 4.6 percent of the population in 2011, compared to 21.9 percent in the U.S.
  • The largest racial group in 2011 other than white was made up of people who classified themselves as being two or more races.
  • The non-white population has grown from 1.6 percent in 1990, to 3.1 percent in 2000, to 4.6 percent in 2011.
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Maine, 2011

United States = 22%

Note: Intercensal estimates following the 2000 Census do not include an "Other Races" category. Any data that would have fallen into this category have been assigned to one of the OMB's race categories. For more information, see the Census Bureau's Technical Documentation for the Modified Race Data Summary File:

Source: 1990, 2000, 2010: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Census of Population and Housing, (
2002-2009, 2011: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Population Estimates Program, (

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