A profile of New Hampshire, site of the nation's first presidential primary:
Median age: 41.1.
Percentage of population 65 and over: 13.5 percent.
93.9 percent white, 1.1 percent black, 2.2 percent Asian, 2.8 percent Hispanic or Latino origin.
Language other than English spoken at home: 8.1 percent.
High school graduate: 90.5 percent.
Bachelor's degree or higher: 32.4 percent.
Median household income: $60,734.
Families below poverty level: 8.6 percent.
Homeownership rate: 73 percent.
2008 PRESIDENTIAL RESULTS:
Barack Obama, 53 percent; John McCain, 44 percent.
N.H. QUICK FACTS:
_ New Hampshire's economy is growing faster than the regional average.
_ New Hampshire and Alaska are the only states with neither a general income tax nor a general sales tax.
_ Once known for textile mills and shoe factories, it now boasts of high-tech workers.
_ The state is closely tied economically to the rest of New England and especially to neighboring Massachusetts.
_ It's 84 percent forested.