Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Maybe This Is Why Liberals Rant About Income Inequality So Much

It's all around them:
The folks at Bloomberg Rankings, drawing on U.S. Census data, have measured the level of inequality—the Gini coefficient—in each of the 435 U.S. congressional districts. It’s a fascinating list (and a map) that reveals all sorts of interesting things. Here’s one: 32 of the 35 districts in which inequality is greatest are represented by Democrats (Republicans represent two; the other is vacant).
And this picture from National Review might shed a little light on the problem, too:

Doctor, heal thyself.

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