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    NJ Gov Murphy 2018 in Review. Citizens are Now Illegal; Illegals are Now Citizens

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    NJ Governor Murphy 2018 in Review.
    1. No Marijuana Legalization
    2. Rape friendly work place demonstrated by Murphy administration by example.
    3. Illegal Aliens cheaper drivers licenses than legal NJ residents.
    4. Veterans transportation axed 2 million dollars for illegal alien legal aide.
    5. Unconstitutional gun restrictions while aiding and abetting illegal aliens.
    6. Billions in tax revenue and job loss with companies moving out of NJ.


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    African-American Conservatives

    3 January at 01:14 ·

    Ironically one of the accomplishments for which Governor Phil Murphy is most proud is cementing NJ’s status as a Sanctuary State.
    Unfortunately it isn’t much of a sanctuary for taxpayers burdened by some of the highest taxes in the nation.
    So while there aren’t enough of us to vote him and his soft socialist buddies out, at least more of us are voting with our feet.
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    So long Garden State! NJ ranks No. 1 in most moved-from states in 2018

    Movin’ on out: NJ ranks No. 1 in most moved-from states

    Posted: Jan 02, 2019 5:42 PM EST Updated: Jan 03, 2019 7:48 PM EST

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    EDISON - A new study from the United Van Lines moving company found that New Jersey ranks No. 1 in the most moved-from states for 2018.
    The study found that nearly 67 percent of moves in New Jersey were out of state.
    The United Van Lines study did not say specifically why more New Jerseyans were moving out of the state.
    But some New Jerseyans who spoke with News 12 New Jersey say that the state is too expensive to live in.
    “I think the main reason would be the property taxes. If you look at the surrounding states like Delaware or Pennsylvania, they’re significantly less than New Jersey,” says Raj Patel of Turnersville.
    "The pensions and the benefits for our public health sector are really what's dragging us down,” says Steven Pink of Brick.
    But not all New Jerseyans are ready to give up on the Garden State.
    “What I love about New Jersey is the people in my community,” says Estella Feliz of Montgomery.
    “I moved out to Stroudsburg in Pennsylvania, but as soon as I got my green card, I moved back to New Jersey,” says Kiran Sharma of Piscataway. “For me, New Jersey is like a place of opportunities.”
    The United Van Lines study found that most Americans were moving around the country due to new job opportunities, moving closer to family and lifestyle changes.
    Vermont saw the highest percentage of inbound moves in 2018. The study also found that many Americans were moving west.
    More information about the study can be found at the United Van Lines website.

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    Mass Exodus: More People Left New Jersey Than Any Other State In 2018



    According to the study, 66.8% of New Jersey’s moves in 2018 were outbound, the highest rate across the country.

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    Over the last four decades, United Van Lines has published its National Movers Study, which tracks customers’ state-to-state migration trends over the past year, revealed a mass exodus of residents from New Jersey than any other state in 2018.
    Last year, New Jersey displaced Illinois to take the top spot on the list of most-moved from states. According to the study, 66.8% of New Jersey’s moves in 2018 were outbound, the highest rate across the country.
    Illinois (65.9%), Connecticut (62%), New York (61.5%), and Kansas (58.7%) were included on the top five most moved-from states.

    Among age demographics, New Jersey had a great year in attracting millennials, the state saw 7.97% more moves to the state than moves away. However, baby boomers were leaving the state 10% more often than arrived.
    Americans Are On The Move, But Where Are They Move To And From?

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    Some of the reasons for moving out of New Jersey, according to the National Movers Study, were new jobs (34.73%), retirement (34.51%), and family (20.44%), followed by lifestyle (17.36%) and by health (6.15%).
    More than two-thirds of the people who moved to New Jersey in 2018 (61.84%) arrived because of new employment
    “As the nation’s largest household goods mover, our study allows us to identify the most and least popular states for residential relocation throughout the country, year after year,” said Eily Cummings, director of corporate communications at United Van Lines. “These findings accurately reflect not only where Americans are moving to and from, but also the reasons why.”
    Meanwhile, Ohio, Massachusetts, Iowa, Montana, and Michigan were bumped off the list of the most-moved from states.
    Vermont, whose population is the second-smallest in the country, was the only state in the Northeast to see improved inbound migrations.
    Four Western states were on the top five moved to list — Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, and Arizona.
    The Carolinas, Washington, South Dakota and the District of Columbia were very close in making the top inbound list.
    “The data collected by United Van Lines aligns with longer-term migration patterns to southern and western states, trends driven by factors like job growth, lower costs of living, state budgetary challenges and more temperate climates,” said Michael Stoll, economist and professor in the Department of Public Policy at UCLA.
    “Unlike a few decades ago, retirees are leaving California, instead choosing other states in the Pacific West and Mountain West. We’re also seeing young professionals migrating to vibrant, metropolitan economies, like Washington, DC, and Seattle," Stoll said.
    The study coincides with a 2017 report that New Jersey lost population for the first time in a decade. With a historically low birth rate and population growth that is stalling, New Jersey could find itself in economic trouble and the loss of Congressional seats in the coming years.

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