I drive down the streets every day and see Ferrari’s, Lamborghini’s, McLaren, Rolls Royce, Bentley, and more. They’re everywhere! But then I see homeless people’s tents setup all over the city in every nook and cranny. What’s going on here?
There are 2 very distinct sides. One of prosperity and one of struggle and hardship. This only increases as time goes on. Looking at the statistics it’s quite obvious that nothing is being done to actually fix the issue, but only make it worse. It seems as if the middle class is being squeezed from both sides and unable to handle the pressure.
The Most Prosperous Cities in the U.S. – RENTCafé rental blog
How much money rich people earn in the biggest city in every state – Business Insider
The Long Death of America’s Middle Class – Casey Research
Hollowing Out: The Channels of Income Polarization in the United States
First quarter 2018 housing affordability
Satellite data strongly suggests that China, Russia and other authoritarian countries are fudging their GDP reports – SFGate