Dec 27, 2016 11:49 AM

New Hampshire saw its population increase in 2015 as 53,000 moved in

New Hampshire has seen an increase in population in 2015, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Over 53,000 people moved to the Granite State. The largest number of residents moving to New Hampshire came from Massachusetts with 19,100 people.

About 58 percent of all in-migrants - 31,000 people - came from the other New England States.

Nearly 42,000 people who lived in the Granite State migrated out of the state.

Massachusetts led with the most out-migrants from New Hampshire - about 8,200 people - followed by Florida - 5,100 people.

The study found that New Hampshire homeowners tend to stay in place, with 76 percent of householders moving in before 2010.

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