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Connecticut Residents Want to Stay in Connecticut, If They Can Afford To

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The 2016 AARP Connecticut Survey found that the overwhelming majority of those voting adults surveyed, including millennials, did not want to move out of the state in the next several years. Only 18% of participants said it was “very likely” they would leave the state within the next five years, while only another 22% said it was “somewhat likely” they would move out of state.

The AARP survey asked participants to identify those elements in a community that draw them to stay. The responses showed that Connecticut voters want an improved job market, increased housing affordability, access to dependable public transportation, places to socialize, and quality health resources. Of those, AARP reports 62% of respondents identified affordable housing to be “very important,” while 28% indicated affordable housing is needed in their community.

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