Hey everyone! Treasure Valley Dave here! You can always count on Idaho. Today we’re going to check out Idaho by the numbers. So here’s my list of things that you should know about Idaho!
Idaho is the 13th least populated state.
We are the 7th least densely populated, so there’s plenty of room to move around.
237,446 is the population of Boise.
49.9 is the percentage of women in Idaho compared to the men, which is 50.1 (someone’s going home lonely).
686 is the average annual income for an Idaho farmer back in 1929.
2 there are two time zones in Idaho.
1,920,562, that’s the population of Idaho.
9, no, I’m not practicing my German, Idaho is the ninth fastest-growing state (it might have something to do with all of the people moving here from California).
6, is the percentage of sales tax throughout Idaho, actually, the cost of living in general here is a lot better than other places!
36.8, that’s the median age of people living in Idaho.
How about 465? That’s the miles from the Pacific Ocean to the port of Lewiston, the furthest Inland port on the entire Pacific Coast.
12.9 is the percentage of registered voters in Idaho who are Democrats.
2004 that’s the year the movie Napoleon Dynamite debuted (Pedro offers you his protection).
1 what’s that? It’s the number of states in the United States whose official seal was designed by a woman, and it was Idaho!
3,500 is the number of miles that we have of rivers in Idaho. We have more rivers in Idaho mileage-wise than any other state except for Alaska.
1, Idaho is the number one state for creditworthiness.
2, Idaho is number two for business friendliness, as reported by CNBC.
70.8, that’s the percentage.
89.2 is the percentage of people in Idaho that only speak English.
77,399 is the average Idaho income per household.
44.2 is the percentage of Idahoans that were born in Idaho.
3 is a magic number. Well, in this case, three is the unemployment percentage right now.
15,000 is how many employees work at Idaho’s largest private employer which is Saint Luke’s.
And last but not least, here’s one exceptional number, 1. What’s number one? You are! You’re number one in our book.
If you’re thinking about Idaho, maybe it’s a place that you want to check out because you’ve heard a lot of good things about it give me a call or send a text to 208-860-2004 or email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org we’ve all moved here from someplace else and we’re all so absolutely glad that we did.