This interactive visualization shows how America’s middle class has changed since the turn of the millennium. The middle class, as defined by Pew Charitable Trust, means earners making 67% to 200% of a state’s median income.
In all 50 states, the middle class has shrunk since 2000. In the above visualization, hover over any state to see the details and data.
The Change In American Middle Class From 2000 To 2013
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Infographic source: Visual Capitalist