Poll: Most NJ residents happy living in state

Despite the state's troubles, most people are happy living in the Garden State, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton poll.

Poll results show 63 percent of residents say they would continue to live in their neighborhoods, while another 14 percent would move within their town or elsewhere in the state.

When asked what they liked the least, most named property taxes which have the distinction of being the highest in the country.

Click here for the full poll results: The Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling

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