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(Washington Post) — The Washington region ranks first among the country’s 10 largest metropolitan areas on an index that measures life expectancy, education and income, according to a report to be released Wednesday.  The region’s top score is driven in large part by the high education and income levels of whites and Asian Americans living in the Maryland and Virginia suburbs, the report says. Although some of the information underscores what is generally known about the area, the report by the American Human Development Project, an initiative of the Brooklyn-based nonprofit Social Science Research Council, reveals some startling gaps in what it calls the building blocks of a good life.

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