The U.S. is a nation divided — divided between zip codes where economic times are good and zip codes where they really aren’t.
This map was compiled by the Economic Innovation Group, a new Washington think tank with Silicon Valley backing. It’s based on a variety of economic indicators, most for the years 2010 to 2014, and covers all zip codes with more than 500 people. You can also look at the data by county, city and Congressional district.
By: Justin Fox, Bloomberg
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