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LARGE CITIES FARE BETTER IN WELL-BEING

Residents of highly populated communities have better overall well-being than their counterparts in small and rural towns, according to a new Gallup poll. Gallup’s Well-Being Index scores large cities 61.7 so far in 2017, compared with 61.4 for midsized communities and 61.0 for small towns and rural areas. The data, drawn from more than 121,000 interviews across all 50 states, means that even small differences are statistically significant.

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