In Cincinnati, nearly 53 percent of residents live in economically distressed ZIP codes, with only 6 percent in prosperous ones. By contrast, barely 2 percent of Seattle city residents are in distressed ZIPs, and nearly 53 percent in prosperous ones. These data come from the Economic Innovation Group’s latest Distressed Communities Index.

By: Jon Talton, The Seattle Times

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Distressed Communities Index (DCI) 

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