New Hampton, Missouri Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

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The population of New Hampton city is estimated to be 131, with a growth rate of 32 percent between 1970 and 1980. This figure represents the population of New Hampton, which is ranked 131st among the incorporated cities of New Hampshire. Please note that these figures are taken from reliable sources, but may contain errors or omissions. It is always best to contact the local community contact if you have specific questions.

The population of New Hampton city is diverse and ethnically diverse. The majority of residents report being White, but many others have important ancestries including Irish, German, Danish, and Norwegian. The primary language of most residents is English, although Spanish, German, and Yiddish are also common. Most of the people in New Hampton speak English as their primary language, but some speak other languages such as French, German, or Polish.