Demographic Factors and Health Risks Trends in U.S. States

How do poverty levels, median age, and household median income correlate with poor health and risk factors?

Higher poverty levels correspond to slightly lower levels of healthcare and higher levels of smoking and obesity.

Higher median age correspond to slightly higher levels of smoking, and slightly higher levels of individuals who lack healthcare. Levels of obesity are too 'blobby' to suggest a correlation.

Higher median income levels correspond to higher levels of healthcare and lower levels of smoking and obesity

As a whole, the data suggests states with low median average household incomes have high risk factors for and signs of poor health.