Survey: People leaving Connecticut at near record rate

<p>A new survey says people are leaving Connecticut at a near record rate, backing up something state business leaders have been saying for years.</p>

News 12 Staff

Jan 3, 2018, 12:05 PM

Updated 2,334 days ago

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A new survey says people are leaving Connecticut at a near record rate, backing up something state business leaders have been saying for years.
According to United Van Lines, Connecticut is the fourth most "moved out of" state in the country.
New York is ranked third, while Massachusetts is sixth.
United says a lower cost of living is driving retirees to the "Mountain West," while people looking for jobs are heading to the Pacific Northwest.
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