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Distribution of income in the 1950s

Source:
American Express Publishing and Harrison Group
The 2012 Survey of Affluence and Wealth in America
Press Webinar, May 9, 2012

Category: Think Tank

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2 Responses to “2012 Trend Data from the Annual Survey of Affluence and Wealth in America”

  1. G3 says:

    What are “Upper Middle Class” and “Core Affluence”?

    90%-95% and 95%-99%?

  2. colion says:

    Fair, Fair Share, Fairness, etc. are the buzz words at this time in this election cycle. However, until those that claim that things are not fair, or someone is not paying their fair share, etc. define these terms it is just snake oil and emotional hype. Sooner rather than later the Obama campaign will have to supply their definition of these terms and then one will be able to decide if they make sense. Until then it’s just smoke and mirrors stuff.