Get outta town: Why majority of New Yorkers would rather be anywhere else

With violent crime on the rise and showing no signs of a let up, a majority of voters said their family would be better off if they fled New York City, a new survey reveals.

The poll, released Wednesday by Fontas Advisors/Core Decision Analytics, presented voters with this statement: “My family would have a better future if we left New York City permanently.”

The poll found 59% of respondents strongly or somewhat agreed with the statement, while 41% somewhat or strongly disagreed.

That’s a 12 percentage point jump from voters who were asked the same question a year ago.

Meanwhile, 54% of registered voters said the Big

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