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Nov 16, 2010


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Robert Neville

Mississippi ranks better than Italy? That's almost unimaginable.

Michael W. Kruse

One the three variables, Italy and MS are similar in life expectancy and MS has slightly higher GDP per capita. I suspect MS may have slightly higher education but not sure. Keep in mind that MS rates a 79 and Italy a 78. So they are really almost identical.


Kinda shocking that the US did so well!

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