Nearly 60% of people in Arizona say they don't get regular dental exams. Which, if you're retired and have dentures, probably makes sense. But still -- gross.
Only 6.1% of people in Arkansas have an advanced degree or higher. You know your state is doing something wrong when West Virginia is calling "SCOREBOARD" about its academic prowess compared to yours.
Everybody already knows the air in Los Angeles feels like it was imported from a Mad Max movie. But, not surprisingly, the air also sucks in Bakersfield, Modesto, Sacramento, and Fresno. As if you needed another reason not to visit Fresno.
The next time you're in Colorado, and somebody at a party is talking about fresh-cut powder, don't assume the discussion is about skiing conditions.
Connecticut has a lot going for it, with the highest rate of school enrollment in the country and the highest per capita income. But the top 1% in Connecticut earn 41 times what everyone else earns. The rich get richer, and everybody just keeps trying to figure out what New Haven pizza is.