New Hampshire’s population grew moderately through in-migration, in keeping with the state’s trend for a third year, the U.S. Census Bureau reported in population estimates.
It’s been a steady climb since 2011, Ken Gallager, principal planner at the New Hampshire Office of Strategic Initiatives, told The Center Square.
“I would call it moderate growth,” Gallager said. “It’s not really the level of growth that we used to see back before the big housing market crash from ’08 or so. We sort of bottomed out in growth around 2011, and since then it has rebounded slightly.”