Graph showing that people with one immediate family member who has ever been incarcerated lose 2.6 years of life expectancy, and people with more than 3 immediate family members with incarceration histories lose 4.6 years off their life expectancies

Data Source: Created by the Prison Policy Initiative with data from Sundaresh et al., 2021. (Graph: Emily Widra, 2021)

This graph originally appeared in New data: People with incarcerated loved ones have shorter life expectancies and poorer health.

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