Survey: More Than a Third of American Adults Would Expatriate

CNBC reports that a British venture has conducted a survey which found 35% or more than a third of American residents born in the United States and immigrants who settled in United States would like to expatriate to live in another country. More than half of young adults, 55%, are willing to abandon the United States as well. The United States Treasury department recorded 3,415 Americans formally renouncing their citizenship last year up from 348 in 1998. The number of American Citizens actually renouncing their citizenships began its trend of climbing steeply in 2010 when 1534 United States Citizens renounced citizenship compared to 742 in 2009.

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