Youth Perspectives

Where you live matters for life expectancy – especially if you're poor

Where you live in the US and how much you earn affects your life expectancy. Image: REUTERS/ Rebecca Cook

Emily Badger

Reporter, Wonkblog

Christopher Ingraham

Writer, Wonk Blog


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