These Are The States With The Best (and Worst) Credit Scores, Household Incomes
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In its latest visualization of the dominant economic trends across the disparate geographical regions of the US, has created a color-coded map that displays a state’s average credit score compared with its average income.

As the map clearly shows, there’s a correlation: States with higher median incomes tend to have higher average credit scores.

Immediately, three regional groupings become clear: One group stretches from the Northwest across the Northern Great Plains, all the...


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