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Mercer County (N.J.) and Bucks County (Pa.) Mercer County has a population of
about 370,000 people. Trenton, the state capital, is also the county seat. The 2000
U.S. Census placed median income for a family in Mercer County at about
$68,500. This is an area rich in history, dating to its strategic role in the American
Revolution. This is where, on Dec. 26, 1776, General George Washington led his
fledgling American troops across the Delaware River to attack Hessian troops
barracked in Trenton.
Bucks County sits just north of Philadelphia. Its population is about 627,000, with
a median family income of more than $68,000 (2010 U.S. Census). It is the fourth
largest county by population in Pennsylvania, with Doylestown as the county seat.
It is one of the three counties originally established in 1692 by state founder
William Penn. Tourism (and therefore hospitality) serves as an economic driver
for Bucks County. The shops, bars and restaurants of New Hope provide a taste of
bohemian culture and bed-and-breakfast establishments dot a bucolic landscape.