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US income and wealth by percentile – 2 graphs

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“Household Income by Percentile, for the time period 2019 to 2020. The open circle represents an estimate of income in the top percentile, including income gains for billionaires reported in April 2020.”Source: Rhys McCarney – https://medium.com/@rhys.mccarney/wealth-inequality-the-gini-coefficient-and-the-pandemic-economy-fbc6a19bdd43    “Each point represents the wealth of one household in the approximate middle of the percentile.”Source: Rhys McCarney – https://medium.com/@rhys.mccarney/wealth-inequality-the-gini-coefficient-and-the-pandemic-economy-fbc6a19bdd43

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US income and wealth by percentile – 2 graphs

“Household Income by Percentile, for the time period 2019 to 2020. The open circle represents an estimate of income in the top percentile, including income gains for billionaires reported in April 2020.”
Source: Rhys McCarneyhttps://medium.com/@rhys.mccarney/wealth-inequality-the-gini-coefficient-and-the-pandemic-economy-fbc6a19bdd43
   

US income and wealth by percentile – 2 graphs

“Each point represents the wealth of one household in the approximate middle of the percentile.”
Source: Rhys McCarneyhttps://medium.com/@rhys.mccarney/wealth-inequality-the-gini-coefficient-and-the-pandemic-economy-fbc6a19bdd43

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