Wealth and Income Patterns in the U.S.

December 15th, 2010
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GEI:  Five states are resident to more than 50% of the 55,000 ultra-rich Americans with net worth more than $30 million.

Follow up:

Data from the U.S. Census Bureau drills down to the neighborhood and block level on a myriad of data classifications, including income.  Changes in income over the last decade, both up and down are surprisingly wide spread.  Read more and see some intriguing maps..... 

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