Where would you want to go?
By: Maria Virga
Crime: For every 1,000 people there is about 25 crimes.
Climate (Average temperature in each season): Winter- 34.5 degrees Fahrenheit, Spring- 67 degrees Fahrenheit, Summer- 77 degrees Fahrenheit, and Fall- 59 degrees Fahrenheit
Economy: Good, tourism is the leading industry
Tax: High property tax but no sales or income tax
Jobs: 5% of people in NH are unemployed.
Schools: The 10 best in the country
Sports: Snowboarding and Skiing
Average Income: (2010) $63,277
Average Property Value: $207,300
Activities: Hiking, car races, the beach, biking trails, swimming, etc.
Crime: For every 1,000 people there is only 24 crimes.
Climate: Summers are cool and winter are warm if you live by the cost. If you don't the weather is like NH long winters and cool summers.
Economy: A bulk of money with service industries
Tax: Income tax is 5%, property tax 5.2%, sales tax: 6.35% (Although jobs pay more in CT)
Jobs: 7.9% of people in CT are unemployed
Schools: Has been commanded on it educational achievements
Sports: Soccer and hiking
Average Income yearly: $69,519
Average Property Value: $236,000
Activities: Science center, zoo, Foxwoods , Mohegan Sun, Mystic Aquarium
Crime: 5,689 crimes per 100,000 people
Climate: Spring-8 degrees Celsius, Summer- 20 degrees Celsius, Fall-10-15 degrees Celsius, Winter-0 degrees sometimes and sometimes -30 degrees Celsius
Economy: They get most of there money by lumber and mining minerals
Tax: Property- 4.5% (will rise if your house increases in price) Sales-4% income- 5.05%
Jobs: 7.9 % people are unemployed
Schools: Are good
Sports: Ice Hockey and Curling
Average Income: $73,290
Property Values: A medium house is 298,500 U.S. dollars.
Activities: Thousand Islands, Ottawa, Niagara Falls
All Three Places
New Hampshire is a great place to live, there is a ton of things to do from skiing in the winter, to hiking up in Mt. Monadnock in the summer. The crime rate is low and it's not expensive to live here. Although the winters are long a cold and for me that's enough to go somewhere else. I knew that Canada is like New Hampshire, as in the weather is cold most of the year and I probably wouldn't want to live there because of that. In Connecticut it is cold but not as cold as Canada and New Hampshire is during the winter, and the summers aren't that hot either. I used to live in Connecticut and I loved it there, and I have a lot of family there. This state has the same crime rate as New Hampshire, and has a higher income rate , so for me this state is better to live in than Canada and New Hampshire is.