A project of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences' Commission on Reimagining Our Economy, the CORE Score is a new measurement of American wellbeing. While typical economic indicators measure growth, the Score offers a people-centric view of how Americans are doing. The Score is drawn from 11 indicators across four categories: economic security, economic opportunity, health, and political efficacy.
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* 5th to 95th percentiles of US counties