The American Human Development Project released its annual "Measure of America" report today. The survey ranks states and congressional districts according to a "human development index," which is based on factors such as life-expectancy, education and income.
As it happens, New York scores pretty well in the index -- it ranks #7 overall (Connecticut was #1) and the New York 14th Congressional District (Manhattan and Queens) ranked #1 among all congressional districts.
The stat-by-stat breakdown for the two districts is after the jump.
By the way: According to the report, Asian-Americans in New Jersey live better than any other group in the nation.
image and stats: American Human Development Project
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