Where in Colorado are you likely to live the longest?
That's among the many questions addressed by data from MeasureOfAmerica.org, which has crunched numbers for every Congressional district in America, including the seven in Colorado.
The site's treasure trove of information about each district includes details about median earnings, school enrollment, race, ethnicity and plenty of other facts.
Also enumerated: the life expectancy of the districts' residents.
We've listed Colorado districts by this life-and-death metric — and if you live in Denver proper, you may not be pleased by the ranking.
Check out the results below, featuring photos of district representatives and MeasureOfAmerica.org graphics. To visit the site, featuring a lot more places beyond Colorado's borders, click here.
Number 7: Colorado's First Congressional District
Location: Dominated by the City and County of Denver
Average life span: 79.2 years
Number 6: Colorado's Third Congressional District
Location: Western and south-central Colorado, including the Western Slope
Average life span: 79.6 years
Number 5: Colorado's Seventh Congressional District
Location: The northern and western parts of the Denver metro area
Average life span: 79.8 years
Number 4: Colorado's Fifth Congressional District
Location: Colorado Springs and its suburbs
Average life span: 79.9 years
Number 3: Colorado's Fourth Congressional District
Location: The eastern plains, including Greeley and Lamar
Average life span: 80.5 years
Number 2: Colorado's Sixth Congressional District
Location: The southern part of the Denver metro area, including Littleton and Aurora
Average life span: 81.0 years
Number 1: Colorado's Second Congressional District
Location: The Denver area's northwestern suburbs, including Boulder and Thornton.
Average life span: 82.3 years
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