Delaware is the second smallest state in the United States and is located on the Atlantic Coast. It has the lowest average elevation of any state in the nation, but still manages to have a varied climate across different areas. The per capita income ranks 9th in the nation, indicating that Delaware is a relatively wealthy state. Lacking in national parks and other tourist attractions, Delaware is home to many historical locations, including the second longest twin span suspension bridge in the world, the Delaware Memorial Bridge. The state beaches are some of the most popular places that people spend their time.

Delaware has a higher senior population and a lower poverty rate than the national averages, again indicating the state’s financial success. Despite this, paying for long term care is still an issue that many Delawareans are still grappling with.

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