Nearly Half of High-Income New Yorkers Have Recently Considered Moving, New Poll Finds – Reports

Nearly Half of High-Income New Yorkers Have Recently Considered Moving, New Poll Finds

Nearly half of high-income New York City residents have considered moving away from the city in the last four months, according to a Manhattan Institute/Siena College poll released Wednesday.

The coronavirus pandemic has brought much of city life to a standstill, and many residents with the means to do so have left New York to ride out the pandemic in suburban areas. New York faces a looming budget crisis and a drastic slowdown in foot traffic from tourists, and is struggling to reopen the…

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