The data for more than 65,000 census tracts showed how certain demographic qualities affected life expectancy in most neighborhoods.
“Life expectancy is surely one of the rawest and most basic forms of inequality, but sometimes overlooked in the full time focus on politics,” AP Executive Editor Sally Buzbee said in a tweet. “This is an important AP analysis.”
Here is a selection of localized reports:
Where do you live? It may give clues to how old you’ll grow, census data suggest | Inquirer https://t.co/lRcbeIkqdh— Philly Inquirer (@PhillyInquirer) December 18, 2018
Why do the rich live longer in Massachusetts? Data on life expectancy show gaps along income, racial lines https://t.co/ohCzkXLw6t— masslivenews (@masslivenews) December 18, 2018