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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) 
Middlesex County, Massachusetts has the 8th-highest relative disparity in Bachelor's degree among blacks and hispanics, compared to whites (0.23) of 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) 
Of the 67 counties in New England, Worcester County, Massachusetts is one of just 10 that are worse than the nationwide black/hispanic disparity averages in each of college education, income, poverty, and pollution exposure. (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) 
Of the 67 counties in New England, only Plymouth County, Massachusetts is worse than the nationwide public-safety averages in each of drinking water, airborne cancer risk, air quality, and flood hazard. (MORE) 
Plymouth County, Massachusetts has the most workers who commute 60 minutes or more (17.60%) among all the 67 New England counties. (MORE) 
Barnstable County, Massachusetts has the most cancer among older adults (10.14%) among all the 67 New England counties. (MORE) 
Of the 67 counties in New England, only Hampshire County, Massachusetts is worse than the nationwide public-safety averages in each of drinking water, airborne cancer risk, air quality, and toxic-chemical exposure. (MORE) 
Essex County, Massachusetts has the fewest local food outlets per 100,000 in population (3.9) of all the 14 Massachusetts 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) 
Norfolk County, Massachusetts has the 2nd-most cancer among older adults (9.85%) among the 14 Massachusetts counties. (MORE) 
Berkshire County, Massachusetts has the 6th-most days per month that adults self-report 'not good' mental health (4.10) of the 67 New England counties. (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) 
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) 
Dukes County, Massachusetts has the 3rd-highest relative disparity in income among blacks and hispanics, compared to whites (0.52) of the 67 New England counties. (MORE) 

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