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41 percent of U.S. counties suffer from high levels of combined poverty and income inequality, up from just 29 percent back in 1989.
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more than 70 percent of counties have either high levels of inequality, high levels of poverty, or both.
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chart below shows the level of inequality by various types of counties
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The combination of inequality and poverty increased from 22 percent to 46 percent of small and mid-sized counties and expanded from 35 percent to 44 percent of rural and non-metropolitan counties over that same time period.
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