In the case of Mississippi, the country’s poorest state in terms of average household income, drivers log more miles than almost any other state and pay above-average gas prices. According to the group’s study, state residents spend 11.6% of their income to insure and gas their cars, the highest in the nation and No. 1 on the misery index.
On the other side is New Hampshire, rating just 4.4% on the misery index. Its residents drive shorter distances, insurance costs less, and household incomes are higher.
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