America’s third-world-esque income gap is wide and getting wider.
But in some cities the disparity is especially bad, according to Census data. We picked out the 25 metro areas where the top quintile has the greatest share of the income.
Many of these cities are liberal college towns in poor rural areas. Others are retirement hotspots in again, poor rural areas. Four of the top 10 are in Texas, including George W. Bush’s Midland.
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