A look into New Hampshire's most and least-populated towns uncovered lots of interesting tidbits.

For instance, the least-populated place in the state is the two-person town of Livermore. The area was once a thriving small community, but is now a wooded ghost town with only structural remnants and debris remaining.

And did you know that the state's most populated towns are home to an authentic English Tudor castle, the biggest arcade in the world, and the largest number of on-display jack-o-lanterns during Halloween?

But population aside, let's examine another demographic: age.

According to The University of New Hampshire, the median age of New Hampshire's population is roughly 43 years old, while the average age in the United States is a few years younger at 38. Our residents might lean on the "older" side (quote unquote), but thanks to Zip Atlas, we now know which Granite State towns have the youngest populations.

Understandably, many of the high-ranking places are home to various colleges and universities like UNH, Dartmouth College, and Plymouth State University. But surprisingly, some of New Hampshire's larger cities rank lower than this writer would've expected, especially since busier areas tend to draw in younger crowds.

Let's take a closer look at the 20 New Hampshire cities with the youngest populations. Do these findings surprise you? Reach out and let us know.

These 20 New Hampshire Towns Have the Youngest Populations

Thanks to Zip Atlas, we now know which New Hampshire towns have the youngest populations.

Interesting stuff, right? Now, let's take a look at the 20 most-populated towns in the Granite State.

These Are the 20 Most Populated New Hampshire Towns

Gallery Credit: Megan Murphy

Let's switch things up and check out the state's 20 least-populated towns.

These Are the 20 Least Populated New Hampshire Towns

What names do you recognize?

Gallery Credit: Megan Murphy

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