Here Are The 12 Poorest Cities In New Hampshire

New Hampshire is one of the richest overall states in the country. According to the census, the average per-capita income in the Granite State was just over $70,000 in 2015, almost $15,000 more than the national average. In New Hampshire just over 8 percent of the population lives below the poverty line of $23,830, compared with 15 percent nationally.However, even in here there are some areas where people are struggling to make ends meet. Here are the 12 poorest cities in New Hampshire, judging by the percentage of the population living below the poverty line:

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