New Hampshire

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The Carsey School of Public Policy’s home is at the University of New Hampshire. We enjoy a rich relationship with organizations across the state as we provide research and programs that build knowledge about families and economic development as well as civic engagement programs that work to strengthen communities across the state.

What is New Hampshire? is a set of facts and simple descriptive text describing where New Hampshire is, where we have been, and what challenges we may face based on our analysis. What is New Hampshire? was originally an annual publication of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies. When CPPS, unfortunately, ceased operations in 2018, it handed off this publication to the Carsey School. LEARN MORE

The Carsey School of Public Policy is working with the Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation to conduct three research projects designed to examine the attitudes and experiences of Coös County residents as the region is challenged following the closing of area paper mills. Learn More

The Coös Youth Study is a ten-year research project exploring young people’s decisions about their educational and job opportunities in Coös County and their plans to stay in Coös or move away. LEARN MORE

This project focuses on the counties and states of Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.  The websites enable users to access up-to-date data and historical trends they may need to create tables and graphs that can be used in reports, proposals and presentations. LEARN MORE

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The First Primary: Why New Hampshire?

The First Primary: Why New Hampshire?

An article published by David Moore, a Carsey School Senior Fellow, and Andrew Smith, director of...

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Population Change is Coming to New Hampshire

Population Change is Coming to New Hampshire

According to research from the Carsey School, over 16,000 people with a bachelor's degree or higher...

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More than 20% of Voters in NH are New Since Last Primary

More than 20% of Voters in NH are New Since Last Primary

According to research published by the Carsey School, more than 20% of people voting in the 2020...

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Coös Youth Study

The Coös Youth Study is a ten-year research project exploring young people’s decisions about their educational and job opportunities in Coös County and their plans to stay in Coös or move away. LEARN MORE