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    "id": 65,
    "author": {
        "id": 15,
        "username": "egrinberg",
        "first_name": "Eliza",
        "last_name": "Grinberg"
    },
    "title": "Cities in New Jersey and New York with Highest Percentage of Divorces",
    "time_published": "2018-02-20T11:55:38.784388-05:00",
    "category": {
        "id": 3,
        "name": "Miscelaneous",
        "code": "MISC"
    },
    "body": "On January 29, 2018, John Harrington and Cheyenne Buckingham of 24/7 Wall St published the list of the city in each state that has the highest percentage of divorces among individuals aged 15 years and older.  The data were compiled from U.S. Census Bureau data.  Since we handle uncontested divorces and contested divorces in both New Jersey uncontested divorces and contested divorces and New York uncontested divorces and contested divorces, we will examine their findings for New Jersey and New York.\r\n\r\nFirst, the 24/7 Wall Street report found that Crestwood Village, New Jersey, has the highest divorce rate of any city in New Jersey.  In Crestwood Village, the percent of the population aged 15 years or older that has been divorced is 16.4%.  This is nearly double the 8.5% number for New Jersey statewide.  44.1% of the population of Crestwood Village is married.  The median household income in Crestwood Village is $28,282, and only 8.0% of households earn less than $10,000.\r\n\r\nNext, the report found that Hudson, New York, has the highest divorce rate of any city in New York.  The divorced population constituted 16.7% of all people in Hudson aged 15 or older.  This was significantly higher than the 8.7% rate for New York statewide.  Only 29.6% of the population in Hudson, New York, is married.  The median household income in Hudson is $31,042, but 13.3% of households in Hudson earn less than $10,000.\r\n\r\nInterestingly, the survey shows that the percentage of divorced populations of New Jersey and New York statewide is similar.  Furthermore, the cities in each state with the highest divorce rates also had several similar statistics.\r\n\r\nSource:  Harrington, John and Cheyenne Buckingham.  \u201cThe Divorce Capital of Every State.\u201d  24/7 Wall St, Jan. 29, 2018.  https://247wallst.com/special-report/2018/01/29/divorce-capital-of-every-state/",
    "link": "https://divorcesus.com",
    "image": null,
    "total_comments": 0,
    "teaser": "On January 29, 2018, John Harrington and Cheyenne Buckingham of 24/7 Wall St published the list of the city in each state that has the highest percentage of divorces among individuals aged 15 years and older.  The data were compiled from U.S. Census Bureau data.  Since we handle uncontested divorces and contested divorces in both New Jersey uncontested divorces and contested divorces and New York uncontested divorces and contested divorces, we will examine their findings for New Jersey and New York.\r\n\r\nFirst, the 24/7 Wall Street report found that Crestwood Village, New Jersey, has the highest"
}