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Must-Know New England Statistics [Recent Analysis]

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"New England has a population of 14.9 million people as of 2021."

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"Massachusetts is the most populous state in New England, with a population of around 6.9 million people."

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"Montpelier, Vermont, is the smallest state capital in the United States, with a population of roughly 7,436 residents."

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"Maine has the highest percentage of non-Hispanic white residents in the U.S., at 94%."

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"Vermont has the lowest percentage of Evangelical Protestants in the U.S., at 4%."

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"New Hampshire has the lowest poverty rate in the United States, at 7.3%."

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"The median household income in Connecticut ranks 5th highest in the U.S., at $76,106."

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"Rhode Island has the highest percentage of Italian-Americans in the United States, at 19%."

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"Massachusetts has the highest percentage of residents with a graduate or professional degree, at 18.7%."

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"Maine has a 5,500-mile shoreline, even longer than California’s coastline."

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"New Hampshire’s Mount Washington recorded the fastest surface wind speed ever observed by humans, at 231 miles per hour."

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"Boston is the largest city in New England, with a population of about 695,000 as of 2021."

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"Connecticut’s shoreline stretches over 332 miles along Long Island Sound."

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"Rhode Island has the highest population density of New England states, with 1,006 people per square mile."

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"Vermont ranks 49th in GDP among U.S. states, with a GDP of $33 billion as of 2021."

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"Maine’s Acadia National Park attracts more than 3.5 million visitors annually."

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"Massachusetts is home to the nation’s top university, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)."

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"The town of Stowe, Vermont, is considered the “Ski Capital of the East” for the United States."

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"Connecticut has America’s oldest continuously published newspaper, The Hartford Courant, in operation since 1764."

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