Middle class shrinks as income inequality grows, study finds
The middle class has taken center stage in this election cycle, and it turns out there are increasingly fewer Americans who qualify. A new Pew analysis finds their ranks have shrunk since 2000 and that in at least 160 metro areas there’s been a rise in both lower and upper class families. Hari Sreenivasan talks to Marketplace’s Kai Ryssdal for more on why the middle class is shrinking.
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