The census figures show Wales compares badly with England in terms of people's healthiness.
- 8 of the top 10 local authorities with the highest proportion of residents who said they are in 'very bad health' are in Wales
- 78% of people in Wales described themselves as in 'good or very good health' - compared to 81% in England
- 23% of people in Wales had an activity-limiting long-term illness - compared to 18% in England
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