By Victoria St. Martin – The Star-Ledger

A study shows that more people moved out of the Garden State in 2012 than any other state, according to a Philadelphia Inquirer report.

The Inquirer said a United Van Lines migration study shows 62 percent of interstate moves involving New Jerseyans last year were people leaving the state. And at least 3,925 people moved with the van line last year because of Hurricane Sandy, the report said.

According to The Inquirer, the study showed that people are moving out of the Northeast and to the Southeast and Northwest. The report said most of the moves were because of jobs, housing taxes and weather.

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