Just How Bad Is Income Inequality in Your Nabe?
2010 Census data has been logged, graphed, and posted
By Mark Russell,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 5, 2011 2:50 PM CDT
Pro Publica has an app that lets you look up just how unequal are the top 818 largest counties in the United States.   (Pro Publica)
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(Newser) – Do you want to know just how unequal your neighborhood is? Now you can gauge that income inequality, because 2010 census data from the 818 largest counties around the United States has been logged, graphed, and posted in a handy chart on Pro Publica. On the most unequal side, you have New York County, NY, and San Juan Municipio, Puerto Rico. Least unequal are Loudoun Country, Va., and Barrow Country, Ga. Click the link, and you can search by postal code or address for any location.