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Not all states with high median income do well in measures of social progress

Higher income states tend to achieve better social progress, and vice versa. This is because social performance and economic performance reinforce each other. However, the ability of states to turn income levels into social progress varies sharply by state.

Higher income states tend to achieve better social progress, and vice versa. This is because social performance and economic performance reinforce each other. However, the ability of states to turn income levels into social progress varies sharply by state.
Higher income states tend to achieve better social progress, and vice versa. This is because social performance and economic performance reinforce each other. However, the ability of states to turn income levels into social progress varies sharply by state.The Social Progress Imperative (custom credit)/The Social Progress Imperative