The Census Bureau has recently released the latest estimates on the Population & Steets in Shirley city, New Hampshire. The census office uses a series of money income thresholds that vary by family size and composition, and Shirley falls into the 93rd percentile for overall safety. In Shirley, Whites and Hispanics are most likely to fall below these thresholds, followed by Blacks. The following charts summarize the breakdown of the City of Shirley's poverty level.
Founded in 1720, Shirley is a small town with good growth potential. It shares a regional school system with its neighboring Town of Ayer, and a new public school system was launched in 2011. In addition to its small size, Shirley offers reasonably-priced homes and convenient commuter rail service. The town has excellent highway access from nearby Route 2A and Route 2.
Shirley City is home to a moderately-sized population of around 25,432. The majority of residents are White, although there are some minorities. The median household income in Shirley is $58,025. The city is a family-friendly community, with 73% of residents married and 59% of residents having children under the age of 18.
In 2000, there were 2067 households in Shirley, with an average of two cars per household. A quarter of households were non-families and only one car per household. The median age of residents was 37 years old, with a male to female ratio of 137.8 to one. The average family size was 3.09 people. It is difficult to find a place in Shirley without the right demographics.