According to the study, the number of New Jerseyans living in poverty has increased by 300,000 since the start of the recession.
On the other hand, according to a recent CNBC report, New Jersey hosts the third-highest number of millionaire households in the country (based on 2011 numbers), with 231,456, or 7.19 percent. That's an increase of more than 30,000 from 2009.
New Jersey is behind only Hawaii and Maryland in its number of millionaire households.
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