This is a Britain only study. US could be the opposite. It’s more an income issue
Absolutely. Urban always beats rural hands down.
It was urban vs suburban. Rural population is too small to be a concern.
In US, suburbs usually beat inner city
Not any more…
The rural thing isn’t surprising. You need enough population density, or you have to drive a long ways for even a decent grocery store. Those areas really lack hospital service and doctor offices.