Top 20 cities to visit in the us on Say that we divide the population into five parts, and then we compare the income accruing to the top 20 percent (or quintile), to that earned by the bottom quintile. That is the 80th/20th ratio, and looks good as a measure of inequality. Now see how it has changed in recent American history. In 1967, that richer fifth of the population got 3.95 times more income than the poorer 20 percent. But in 2001, they got an income 4.65 times greater than their poorer fellow countrymen, which means that inequality (measured this way) had grown around 18 percent. Top 20 cities to visit in the us 2016.
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