US households income divided into 5 groups

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. – By Mikkel Egesberg – In this article we will look at how the US household income is divided among 5 equal groups in the US:

As you can see, the group with the largest household income is no surprise the “highest 80-100%” (yellow colour on chart). In 2010 this group earned 50% of the total household income. The remaining 80% of the US households share the remaining 50% of the income among them. More specific the second highest income group (purple) earns 23% of the total income, leaving 27% to be shared among the remaining 60% US households: The lowest 0-20% household group (light blue) earns only 3% of US household income, while the second group earns 9% (red) and the last group 15% (dark blue).

To sum it up, there is a degree of inequality in the US, when it comes to household income…. – Less Talk, More Facts

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