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Gini Coefficient

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The Gini Coefficient


Wikipedia: Gini coefficient - "Wealthy countries such as Sweden can show a low Gini coefficient for disposable income of 0.31 thereby appearing equal, yet have very high Gini coefficient for wealth of 0.79 to 0.86 thereby suggesting an extremely unequal wealth distribution in its society."

from The Atlantic

Map: U.S. Ranks Near Bottom on Income Inequality

gini map large.jpg. The Antlantic:

from Washington Post

This chart might make you feel better about American inequality

from WSJ

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