Consumer Debt in America

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From credit cards to mortgages to auto and student loans, personal debt in the United States is slowing creeping closer to its 10-year high back in 2008.

Click around and explore the map to see how American debt per capita has transformed since 2013. Select a year using the slider, pick a type of debt to examine, and see how your state's finances stack up.

Data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

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