Here You Can Read About the Differences in Residential Stability by Rural/Urban Location and Socio-Demographic Characteristics

 Among key findings from the University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center: rural residents are more likely than urban residents to have lived in their homes for more than 20 years (27 percent vs. 20 percent); more likely to have a disability (17 percent vs. 13 percent), and/or be in poor health (24 percent vs. 17 percent).