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Marco

It becomes much easy to understand after group them in 3 category. Nice job.

Jeff

A suggestion: When I first read the question in the headline and then looked at the maps, I initially thought that I my savings would last longer in Nevada than in Texas, for example. Since the darker/more intense colors are mapped to higher annual cost of living, which varies inversely with how long your savings will last, it might make sense either to reverse the color scale or to rewrite the headline to something like "How fast will I go through a million dollars?"

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