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Suffolk County, Massachusetts has the 11th-lowest homeownership rate (35.6%) among all the 3,142 counties. (MORE) 
Hampden County, Massachusetts has the 11th-highest relative disparity in pollution exposure among blacks, hispanics, and other, compared to whites (37.26) of all the 3,142 counties. (MORE) 
Hampden County, Massachusetts has the 6th-highest relative disparity in poverty rates among blacks and hispanics, compared to whites (0.36) of all the 3,142 counties. (MORE) 
Suffolk County, Massachusetts has the 7th-highest relative disparity in income among blacks and hispanics, compared to whites (0.53) of the 287 counties on the East Coast that are urban high-performing. (MORE) 
Middlesex County, Massachusetts has the 11th-most cancer among older adults (9.22%) among the 67 New England counties. (MORE) 
Dukes County, Massachusetts has the 9th-most households where housing costs (mortgage or rent and utilities) exceed 30% of household income (48.74%) among all the 3,142 counties. (MORE) 
Norfolk County, Massachusetts has the 2nd-most workers who commute 60 minutes or more (15.72%) among the 67 New England counties. (MORE) 
Essex County, Massachusetts has the 10th-most older adults (Medicare beneficiaries) who are diagnosed with depression (22.83%) among the 67 New England counties. (MORE) 
Plymouth County, Massachusetts has the most workers who commute 60 minutes or more (17.60%) among all the 67 New England counties. (MORE) 
Middlesex County, Massachusetts has the 2nd-least racial integration (26.00%) among the 14 Massachusetts counties. (MORE) 
Barnstable County, Massachusetts has the most cancer among older adults (10.14%) among all the 67 New England counties. (MORE) 
Essex County, Massachusetts has the fewest local food outlets per 100,000 in population (3.9) of all the 14 Massachusetts counties. (MORE) 
Hampshire County, Massachusetts has the 2nd-least racial integration (23.00%) among the 67 New England counties. (MORE) 
Worcester County, Massachusetts has the 2nd-highest relative disparity in pollution exposure among blacks, hispanics, and other, compared to whites (25.26) of the 14 Massachusetts counties. (MORE) 
Worcester County, Massachusetts has the 2nd-lowest walkability index (8.45) of the 14 Massachusetts counties. (MORE) 
Norfolk County, Massachusetts has the 2nd-most cancer among older adults (9.85%) among the 14 Massachusetts counties. (MORE) 
Nantucket County, Massachusetts has the 5th-most households where housing costs (mortgage or rent and utilities) exceed 30% of household income (40.63%) among the 675 counties that are rural high-performing. (MORE) 
Bristol County, Massachusetts has the most adult obesity (27.90%) among all the 14 Massachusetts counties. (MORE) 
Bristol County, Massachusetts has the most older adults (Medicare beneficiaries) who are diagnosed with depression (23.66%) among all the 14 Massachusetts counties. (MORE) 
Plymouth County, Massachusetts has the lowest walkability index (8.24) of all the 14 Massachusetts counties. (MORE) 
On the East Coast with its 735 counties, only Franklin County, Massachusetts has both so much unsafe drinking water exposure (30.32%) and so many very-hot days per year (19). (MORE) 
Barnstable County, Massachusetts has the most heart disease among older adults (24.32%) among all the 14 Massachusetts counties. (MORE) 
Franklin County, Massachusetts has the 12th-highest relative disparity in pollution exposure among blacks, hispanics, and other, compared to whites (17.87) of the 42 counties in New England that are urban high-performing. (MORE) 
Hampshire County, Massachusetts has the least affordable housing relative to low-income population (-63.06) of all the 14 Massachusetts counties. (MORE) 
Berkshire County, Massachusetts has the most vacant houses (5.24%) among all the 14 Massachusetts counties. (MORE) 

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