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All Things Considered
Wed December 19, 2012
New Hampshire Gives (Just Maybe Not As Much As The Rest of the Country)
In a season filled with traditions, here’s one that Granite Staters may not enjoy so much: another yearly study that ranks New Hampshire as the least charitable state in the country.
The conclusions in the new report “How America Gives” are actually a little more complicated than that, but they still cast the Granite State and its neighbors as a bit grinchier than other parts of the country.
Peter Panepento is assistant managing editor at the Chronicle of Philanthrophy, which issued the report, and he joins All Things Considered host Brady Carlson with more.