...A greater percentage of the poor live in poor neighborhoods, while a greater percentage of the rich live in wealthy neighborhoods.
At first blush, this seems obvious. Isn’t that the way it’s always worked? Well, no. And there is a price to be paid for that growing social isolation.
interesting discussion by Gwen Ifill of PBS of demographics and how the changes affect voting patterns
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