A reader asks: How bad is the air in your city?
If it is as bad as it is in the states, where does it rank?
Is it worse in New York City or Washington D.C.?
I know that there is no official air quality data, but if you go to the source and click on the air quality index page, you’ll see it’s not very good.
In fact, I think we should be calling it the air of despair.
I don’t think that’s the right term to use.
The truth is, there are many different air quality indexes that cover the entire country.
So I’m not sure how to put the numbers in one way or another.
Is New York’s air a bit worse than Washington D.,C.?
Well, we don’t know.
The best guess is probably that New York has the highest percentage of residents who live in apartments or condos, so they have a lot of pollution coming from them.
We know that New Yorkers are more sensitive to pollution, and they’re more sensitive in terms of their respiratory diseases.
I’m guessing that the New York State average is slightly lower than that of the U.S. But we also know that Washington D,C.
has a much higher average.
So if you live in New Jersey, you’re probably going to be better off than if you’re living in New Orleans.
But New York is probably going be worse than New Orleans, because New York actually has some of the highest ozone in the nation.
The ozone in New Mexico is worse than in Washington D .
C. and is also lower than it is across the U