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    Migration Fuels a Second Year of Higher Population Gain in New Hampshire

    In this data snapshot, author Kenneth Johnson reports that 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.

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    The Carsey School is located on the main campus of the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire. Trains to and from Boston stop at an on-campus train station, and there is convenient access to Boston's Logan Airport and Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. The campus is located in the New Hampshire Seacoast region and is convenient to lake and mountain regions of the state.  

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    Rural America Growing Again Due to Migration Gains 

    The rate of rural population gain increased last year. Most of the population gain was due to increased migration to rural areas.

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    Policy Education for Leadership and Change

    Our programs offer a special mix of academic rigor and real-life expertise to prepare students for a career with impact. Carsey’s degrees bring passionate students together with teachers at the top of their professions.

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    New Hampshire Listens partners with local communities, municipal and state government, and state-wide organizations to create environments that help address challenges and move conversations forward. Working with us brings nonpartisan, civic engagement expertise into challenges your community is facing and helps guide the process, ensure broad outreach, and monitor fairness.

     

Carsey School of Public Policy

The Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire is nationally recognized for its research, policy education, and civic engagement. The school takes on pressing public issues with unbiased, accessible, and rigorous research; builds the policy and political problem-solving skills of its students; and brings people together for thoughtful dialogue and practical problem-solving. The school is a hub for work that spans its own faculty and staff, and faculty from across UNH and other institutions. The faculty boasts a national reputation and its work appears in leading journals. The school publishes forty policy-relevant briefs each year, offers three master degree programs, and engages with experts, leaders, the media, and the public in the United States, New Hampshire, and around the world.


 

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Recent Stories

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More Americans are moving, mostly to Sun Belt suburbs (The Hill)

More Americans are moving, mostly to Sun Belt suburbs (The Hill)

Ken Johnson, at the University of New Hampshire’s Carsey School of Public Policy, said the...

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Nonmetro Counties Gain Pop. For Second Straight Year (Daily Yonder)

Nonmetro Counties Gain Pop. For Second Straight Year (Daily Yonder)

Rural America’s net growth came from rural counties that are adjacent to metropolitan areas, Ken...

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Capital Beat: New Hampshire, Vermont on verge of paid family leave stalemate (Concord Monitor)

Capital Beat: New Hampshire, Vermont on verge of paid family leave stalemate (Concord Monitor)

Amid the impasse, there are new indicators of what Granite Staters would want in a paid leave plan....

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