“Mo’ money, mo’ sleep.
That’s the takeaway from a fascinating slice of data the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week looking at sleep levels by income group.
“Crunching numbers from the 2013 National Health Interview Survey, CDC researchers found that the relationship between income and sleep is linear and positive.
“Just under two-thirds of people living below the federal poverty line — $23,550 for a family of four in 2013 — reported getting more than 6 hours of sleep per night that year.
“But nearly three-quarters of people with incomes at 400% of the poverty level — $94,200 for that same family of four — reported getting that much sleep.”
Read more: Washington Post