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Property Taxes News: N.J. residents feeling more upbeat about quality of life, poll finds

A crumbling infrastructure and the state’s exorbitant property taxes are still no deterrent to New Jerseyans, apparently.

More than three in five (63 percent) asked call the Garden State a good (48 percent) or excellent (15) place to to live, according to a Monmouth University poll released this morning.

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A crumbling infrastructure and the state’s exorbitant property taxes are still no deterrent to New Jerseyans, apparently. More than three in five (63 …

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A crumbling infrastructure and the state’s exorbitant property taxes are still no deterrent to New Jerseyans, apparently.

More than three in five (63 percent) asked call the Garden State a good (48 percent) or excellent (15) place to to live, according to a Monmouth University poll released this morning.

Another 25 percent of the 805 adults surveyed answered “only fair,” while 11 percent rated New Jersey a poor place to call home.

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