Many NH drivers among the 600,000 Americans who travel 90 minutes a day for work
New Hampshire (17.0), Delaware (16.4), Rhode Island (15.6), New Jersey (14.0) and West Virginia (12.1) also had high percentages of residents leaving the state for work.
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