March 24, 2022 | insidernj.com
Almost six in 10 New Jersey residents say the Garden State is an “excellent” (14 percent) or “good” (44 percent) place to live, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll. Twenty-eight percent rate it as “only fair” and another 13 percent as “poor.”
NJ SEED: An interesting and revealing Rutgers-Eagleton poll demonstrating many positive views about life in NJ. Concerning, however, is the percentage of people who want to leave the state. More concerning for the long-term is , as economists have noted for years, is those who are leaving are, for the most part, those who can afford to.