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Steve's prez Kimon WINH Manchester schools

Executive Director Steve Norton's recent presentation to the NH House Finance Committee. Go >

Remembering Kimon Zachos. Go >

What is NH? 2014: An overview of issues shaping our future. Go >

Manchester's Education Benchmarks: Using Data to Map a Path to Success. Go >

 

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Data Snapshot

Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Rate, US & NH

Source: NH Dept of Employment Security

Policy Blog

PolicyBlogNH.org

Our blog is where we welcome a free and open exchange of opinions and commentary on the public policy issues facing New Hampshire.  Go >

NH Demographics

NH DEMOGRAPHICS

2015-01-13

2015: The Year in Charts

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NH Economy

NH ECONOMY

2014-12-19

Policy Note: An overview of NH's economic trends

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NH Economy

NH ECONOMY

2014-10-27

Policy Note: Women & STEM in New Hampshire

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Education

EDUCATION

2014-09-23

Manchester's Education Benchmarks

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NH Demographics

NH DEMOGRAPHICS

2014-09-15

What is New Hampshire? 2014 Edition

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NH Economy

NH ECONOMY

2013-10-31

New Hampshire's Economic Climate: Key Indicators

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VISUAL AIDS

Maps and Other Resources

Visual of a ChartUse our maps, charts, data graphs, and other visual aids to explore some of our policy topics, or use them to present information on your next project.

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