Following last month’s release of a U.S. Census Bureau report on income inequality in the nation, Al Shaw at Pro Publica has devised an interactive graphic that tracks the main measure of inequality on a county-by-county basis. And while the Census report found that Connecticut ranked in the top seven states overall for unequal distribution of income, the Pro Publica chart shows there’s considerable range among the state’s eight counties:
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