Massachusetts has the highest share of adults with a bachelor’s degree of any state, at 43.4%. That’s over 10 percentage points above the U.S. share of 32% of adults.
Just 5.2% of Michigan’s residents lack health insurance, one of the lowest shares of any state and below the national share of 8.7%.
Minnesota is one of the healthiest states in the country. Just 263 out of every 100,000 people die prematurely, compared to 336 per 100,000 nationwide.
Mississippi: 86.4 cents
Mississippi has the lowest cost of living of any state. Something that would cost a dollar on average across the country only costs 86.4 cents in the state.
The impact that Missouri’s arts and cultural industries have on the state grew 12.6% in 2015 — the largest increase of any state.