A small town in Middlesex County, New Jersey with an estimated population of 15,322.
Similarly to its surrounding central Jersey towns, South River boasts a diverse population, mostly white, with two large Eastern European and Portuguese
The small 2.9 mi² town has also become home to a number of illegal immigrant
homes, mainly Brazilian
, attracted by the infamously large Portuguese population.
The median income for a household in the town is ~$52,324.
The town is frequently described by its residents as a New Jersey small town stereotype, whose residents wish nothing more than to move out.
1. Pete H. and Aaron Daley are two slackers from South River
2. "I just bought name tags for my newest construction workers: José and Ronaldinho.