NJ Residents' Desire to Leave at an All-Time High, Poll Finds

About 3 out of every 5 New Jersey residents say they would like to move out of the state at some point, an all-time high in 15 years of polling, Monmouth University said Monday.

The new Monmouth University Poll found 59% of residents desiring to leave, even though about two-thirds of residents also consider the state a good or excellent place to live.

“It’s a bit of a head-scratcher. Positive ratings of New Jersey as a place to live have ticked up a bit. But so has the sense that people want to get out of here someday. One possible explanation is that residents appreciate the benefits that

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