Election 2016: U.S. Census Releases Roundup of Demographic and Economic Data About New Hampshire’s Electorate
From the U.S. Census:
In advance of the New Hampshire primary on Feb. 9, the U.S. Census Bureau presents a variety of statistics that give an overall profile of the state’s voting-age population and industries. Statistics include:
Voting-age population and estimate of eligible voters (i.e., citizens age 18 and older).
Breakdown of voting-age population by race and Hispanic origin (Hispanic origin and race alone) (race alone or in combination).
Selected economic characteristics, including median household income and poverty.
Selected social characteristics, including educational attainment.
County Business Patterns (providing information on employment by specific industries).
Statistics on voting and registration
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