New Jersey leads the nation in people who want to leave, study says1/10/2013
New Jersey: It has gorgeous beaches, plenty of hiking, excellent public schools and enviable proximity to some of country's best cultural attractions. Still, none of those factors have dissuaded its residents from leaving it at a record pace. According to a 2012 migration study from United Van Lines, New Jersey is a leader in the percentage of people moving out of state. D.C. and Oregon claim the highest percentages of newcomers. All is not lost for the Garden State, however. The United poll didn't include Alaska or Hawaii, and it's Alaska, according to the U.S. census, that actually leads the pack in percentage of migrants leaving the state. [Source]
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