The advantages of New Hampshire relative to other states due to the high quality of life here.
In addition to many small and unique family-owned businesses, most large, national chain stores are within short driving distance.
New Hampshire offers extraordinary opportunities for black bear, coyote, moose, white-tailed deer, waterfowl, and beaver hunting as well as deep-sea, river, lake and even ice fishing.
New Hampshire offers modern, extensive cellular and Internet infrastructures and statewide access to low-cost, high-speed Internet. Fiber Optics (FiOS) service available in select areas.
Air transportation to and from New Hampshire is facilitated by 118 registered airports, 64 registered heliports, and 6 registered sea plane bases.
New Hampshire is home to people of all religions as well as those who are non-religious. The New Hampshire population is among the most religiously tolerant, with 73% believing that other religions can lead to eternal life.
New Hampshire is home to 23 accredited, degree-granting colleges and universities, including Ivy League member, Dartmouth. New Hampshire also offers several trade schools.
New Hampshire offers hundreds of private, non-profit organizations ranging from food banks, to youth mentoring, to health services.
New Hampshire 4th graders ranked 1st place in a national science assessment test.
New Hampshire has the lowest teen pregnancy rate among the states.
New Hampshire residents rank #1 in knowledge of fundamental economics and financial concepts.