Where Would You Live?
Maine? New Hampshire? Canada?
Maine-1.23 violent crimes per 1,000 people
New Hampshire-1.88 violent crimes per 1,000 people
Canada-75 crimes per 100,000 people
Maine-5% sales tax, groceries and prescription drugs exempt
New Hampshire-0% sales tax, 9% at restaurants
Ontario, Canada-13% total tax rate, restaurants meals below $4 are exempt
Maine- 6.2% December 2013
New Hampshire-5.5% January 2014
Ontario, Canada-7.9% December 2013
4.Median House Values
New Hampshire- $207,300
Ontario, Canada- $298,500
Maine-$45, 800, 2013-2014
New Hampshire-$37,422, between 2007-2011
Ontario,Canada- $46,124, as of 2010
95.3% White, 1.3% Black, 1.1% Asian 1.4% Hispanic/Latino
94.4% White, 1.4% Black, 2.4% Asian, 3% Hispanic/Latino
Toronto, Ontario, Canada-
61.5% White, 8.4% Black, 12% South Asian, 11.4% Chinese, 2.6% Latin American, 4.1% Filipino.
Maine- Coastal Zone Region;Moderate temperature year round annual mean temp 46 degrees, annual mean precipitation 45.7 in
New Hampshire- winters; long and cold, summers; short and cool, Concord has a daily mean of 46 degrees
Toronto, Ontario, Canada- Severe winters, warm summers, annual mean temp 46.6 degrees
Maine- 63.3% without religion/not counted in a religion, 283,024 Roman Catholics, highest count in religion
New Hampshire-431,259 counted in Roman Catholic, highest count in religion
Ontario, Canada- all religions practiced here, percentage of Catholics drop .9% each year, the amount of atheists, agnostics, and humanists increase each year.
9.Three Most Popular Sports
New Hampshire-1. Hockey
Canada- 1. Hockey,
Maine- ocean, skiing, boating, fishing
New Hampshire-Skiing, hiking, ice fishing, whale watching
Ontario Canada- hiking, cycling, sailing, skiing