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How Does Your Credit Score Compare? How Does Your Credit Score Compare?
Your credit score is simply a statistical estimation of how likely you are to pay your debts and, by extension, how much credit you should have. Everyone is different - everyone has a different history, different experiences. But have you ever wondered how you compare to other Americans?
The illustration below shows cities with the best and worst credit score.
Source: Experian.org, 2018 and CNBC, 2018
Here's a look at how each generation fares credit-wise. How do you stack up?
Source: Experian.org, 2018
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