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Forty-four percent of New York City’s highest earners said in a new poll that they considered leaving the city in the past four months.
The Manhattan Institute commissioned the Siena College Research Institute for a poll of New York City residents who earn at least $100,000 per year that found 44 percent said they have considered moving out of the city, and 37 percent said it is at least somewhat likely they will not be living in the city two years from now.
The article goes on to state the following:
Most of the respondents who said they were considering leaving the Big Apple, 69 percent, cited its cost of living as a reason for leaving. Almost eight in 10 Hispanic respondents who said they had considered moving listed high costs as a reason, as did 77 percent of Black respondents.
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