Vermont Livability Index

Hack VT 2013

Vermont

Livability Score: 100

1,234 AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE
1,234 COST TO OWN AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME

1,234 PERCENT OF POPULATION WITH BACHELORS DEGREE
1,234 PERCENT OF POPULATION IN POVERTY
1,234 AVERAGE COMMUTE TIME

1,234 MUNICIPAL TAX RATE
1,234 ANNUAL CRIMES COMMITTED
1,234 UNEMPLOYMENT RATE
Nickname The Green Mountain State
Motto Freedom and Unity
Capital Montpelier
Largest city Burlington
Area Ranked 45th
 - Total 9,620 sq mi
(24,923 km2)
 - Width 80 miles (130 km)
 - Length 160 miles (260 km)
 - % water 4.1
Population Ranked 49th
 - Total 626,011 (2012 est)[1]
 - Density 67.7/sq mi  (26.1/km2)
Ranked 30th
 - Median household income $52,104 (20th)
Elevation
 - Highest point Mount Mansfield[2][3][4]
4,395 ft (1339.69 m)
 - Mean 1,000 ft  (300 m)
 - Lowest point Lake Champlain[3][4]
95 to 100 ft (29 to 30 m)
Before statehood Vermont Republic
Admission to Union March 4, 1791 (14th)
Governor Peter Shumlin (D)
Lieutenant Governor Phillip Scott (R)
Legislature General Assembly
 - Upper house Senate
 - Lower house House of Representatives
U.S. Senators Patrick Leahy (D)
Bernie Sanders (I)
U.S. House delegation Peter Welch (D) (list)
Time zone Eastern: UTC−5/−4
Abbreviations VT, US-VT
Website www.vermont.gov