Diversity has doubled in New Hampshire since 2000 election
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The number of minorities who call New Hampshire home doubled in the past 18 years, and now one out of every 10 Granite State residents is of a racial minority, according to an analysis of census data recently compiled by the UNH Carsey School of Public Policy.

The report also predicts the state’s minority population will continue to grow, noting that nearly one-third of minority women are in their child-bearing years, compared to only a quarter of white women.

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