Have you ever paused to consider the health of the place you call home? It's a thought that might not cross your mind often, but it's a crucial aspect of your well-being. Fortunately, we're here to help you assess your environment.

The ranking system delves into the core of the numbers, analyzing the air quality in each of Michigan's 83 counties. Estimated by the number of fine particulate matter in micrograms per cubic foot in the air, helping provide a clear picture of air quality across the state.

How It Was Ranked: By The Numbers

Why does this matter?

Research shows that the prolonged exposure to certain pollutants can be dangerous to your health. It's no secret that air pollution can have a detrimental impact on health, potentially leading to premature deaths.

So, what do the numbers reveal about your Michigan county? Each of the 83 counties carries a unique figure on their pollution report card. This isn't just about statistics; it's about your well-being, your family's health, and the quality of life in your community.

The Counties By The Numbers

It's time to uncover the facts.

See below and find out where your Michigan county ranks on the pollution scale. Your environment plays a significant role in your overall health, and knowing where you stand is the first step towards a healthier, safer future.

Pollution Report Card: All 83 Michigan Counties Sorted from Worst to Best

The list below is in order from the counties less polluted to most polluted, gathered by County Health Rankings

Where does your county rank?

Were you shocked as to where your Michigan county landed on this list? There are 83 Michigan counties on the list, all having a little bit of a different ranking. Were you shocked by the worst county for pollution?

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