Income Inequality In The U.S. Is Worse Than In Egypt | AlterNet

“Egypt still bests quite a few countries when it comes to income inequality, including the United States:
According to the CIA World Fact Book, the U.S. is ranked as the 42nd most unequal country in the world, with a Gini Coefficient of 45.
In contrast:
– Tunisia is ranked the 62nd most unequal country, with a Gini Coefficient of 40.
– Yemen is ranked 76th most unequal, with a Gini Coefficient of 37.7.
– And Egypt is ranked as the 90th most unequal country, with a Gini Coefficient of around 34.4.”
Maybe time we took to the streets?

via Income Inequality In The U.S. Is Worse Than In Egypt | AlterNet.

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2 Responses to Income Inequality In The U.S. Is Worse Than In Egypt | AlterNet

  1. Edmond Edera says:

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