January 04, 2018 @ 06:57pm PST
Most by: malcmur (3 predictions)
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New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio has run for office pledging to address income inequality in New York City. How will income inequality in the New York metro area change during his term of office? At the time he took office, inequality as measured by the GINI coefficient using the 1-year ACS survey from the US census was 50.4, among the highest in the US. This poll will close at the first published measurement of the GINI -1year ACS after the first term of office ends in four years. (This is admittedly an imprecise measure as the metro area is much broader than NYC itself)