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the staff of the Ridgewood blog
Ridgewood NJ, according to a new poll from AARP two out of five New Jersey voters 50 years old or older considered leaving the state to live elsewhere in the last year.
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The survey found 41% of voters in that age group have thought of moving, with 83% of them saying they are actually likely to go.
Generalized to the entire 50-plus registered voter population in New Jersey, that’s almost 900,000 older voters.
Most name lower taxes and a lower overall cost of living are the top drivers to leaving.