According to a 2012 Pew study and the 2016 Distressed Communities Index, the gap in median income between San Antonio’s poorest and richest zip code is wider than that within any other two metro zip codes in the country. What this data means, exactly, is something we can debate (and we will). Other data in other studies ranks Atlanta or Houston or Boston as the national leader in inequality. And the numbers fluctuate as more and more people move to San Antonio and the city experiences internal churn.
By: Patton Dodd, Folo Media
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