Population of New Hampshire 2021
The United States Census Bureau estimates that the population of New Hampshire was 1,356,458 as of July 1, 2018. This is an increase of 3.04% since the 2010 US census.
In 2010, 92.3% of the population were White (excluding Hispanic American), 2.2% Asian, 1.1% African-American, and 0.2% Native American. 2.8% were Latinos (Hispanic Americans).
In 2014, 23.6% had French or Franco-Canadian, 20.9% Irish, 17.1% English, 10.8% Italian and 9.4% German ancestors. 6% of the population were born outside of the United States.
D ie Franco-Canadian-born and French population and the Irish-Russians live mainly in the traditional miners cities such as Manchester.
Almost 80% of the population professes Christianity. The largest Christian religious community is the Catholic Church – 35% of Christians are Catholics, mostly of French and Irish origin. The two main Protestant religious communities are the United Church of Christ with 34,299 and the United Methodist Church with 18,927 members.
Around 18% describe themselves as non-religious or atheists, while other religious communities (Jews, Buddhists, Muslims) together make up 2% of the population.
Top Counties by Population in New Hampshire
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