Statistics from an enlightening article in The Atlantic Monthly:
<td> +13% </td>
<td> -9% </td>
<td> -12% </td>
<td> -26% </td>
The amazing bit: The richer the community, the more likely voters are to be concerned about wage inequality. People who have incomes below the median think of themselves as well off.
I’m particularly intrigued by this cultural divide after the recent trip to Minnesota.