UNH Study: Rural America is Depopulating, But N.H. Is An Exception
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A new study out from UNH finds more than one third of rural counties in America are seeing population loss. But most counties in New Hampshire are an exception to that trend.
“Only one of [New Hampshire’s] counties is not at its population peak right now, so that’s quite a contrast to other parts of rural America which face really significant and widespread population loss,” says Ken Johnson, Senior Demographer at UNH and co-author of the study for the Carsey School of Public Policy.