in the district [adverb of place: position?]

ozmanozman2016

Senior Member
Ukrainian
Hi,
Can I use in this sentence the common adverb of place at the end of the sentence? It seems a little bit uncomfortable to use in this way.
Thank you so much

"The study showed that children had a lower education level and the percentage of unemployed-mothers and manual worker-fathers were higher in the district with low socioeconomic status."

or should i say:
""The study showed that in the district with low socioeconomic status, children had a lower education level and the percentage of unemployed-mothers and manual worker-fathers were higher."
 
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  • lingobingo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    Only in the second version does that clause unambiguously refer to both statements. But there are other errors.
     
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