New research finds that people who live in more densely populated areas tend to report less satisfaction with their life overall. "The higher the population density of the immediate environment, the less happy" the survey respondents said they were. Second, they find that the more social interactions with close friends a person has, the greater their self-reported happiness. Washington Post 3/19/16
So hey, with only 45,500 people on a 70 mile long peninsula the shore is one happy place. Okay okay, not everybody is dancing for joy here but speaking personally and moving here from Washington D.C. and Virginia Beach respectively we find it to be very true.
As we say the shore isn’t for everybody but if it speaks to you it’s magical and this absolutely includes the majority of the people who live here.