New Jerseyans Show Their Pride on Civic Pride Day
Civic Pride Day is November 10th, and it seems to be that most people, depending on where they live, are proud of their town, state, or country. It would make sense that if you weren’t happy with where you were, you would do your best to not be there anymore.
I know there’s a lot of talk and a lot of people who are migrating out of the Garden State. However, there are so many more who are not and love it here. “I’m a Jersey girl (or guy) is not something you say if you’re not proud of your home state.
New Jersey residents have long been proud of their roots with many good reasons for doing so. Just like other states and cities, New Jerseyans take extreme pride in their sports teams.
The music history is unmatched.
New Jersey is the birthplace of some of the top music acts ever. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street, Bon Jovi, and Frank Sinatra just to name a few are three of the biggest in the history of music.
There have been several surveys and studies throughout the years where New Jersey responded that they were in fact proud of where they live and work.
Those who live in New Jersey are also proud of the food, the culture, the beaches, and the green spaces.
What makes New Jersey least proud of their state?
There is, however, something that New Jersey residents do not like and are not proud of. These include property taxes and the difficulty of living in the state affordably.
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