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Here Are The Most Unequal Countries In The World

A Gini index score of 0 means everyone earns the same income; 100 means one person earns all income. Source: U.S. Census Bureau.

The most unequal place in America

A Gini index score of 0 means everyone earns the same income; 100 means one person earns all income.

Hong Kong's income inequality per the Gini Index is worse than in Zimbabwe. Since the ONGOING $900 TRILLION LIBOR/HIBOR SCANDAL, cheap mortgages, constrained supply, GDP growth and demand from overseas have pushed up property prices by 135% (up 300% from 2003), far exceeding the increase in rents or wages, Hong Kong is now the most expensive city after London. After arresting and tear-gassing occupy students in Hong Kong, tens of thousands of protesters came out to support them in Oct. 2014.

Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement is about inequality. The elite knows it

Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement is about inequality.

GINI Index of Income Inequality

GINI Index of Income Inequality

US Gini Index graph

US Gini Index graph

2014 Gini Index World Map, income inequality distribution by country per World Bank - 国の所得格差順リスト - Wikipedia

2014 Gini Index World Map, income inequality distribution by country per World Bank - Measuring poverty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

GINI index | Data | Table =  measures inequality =  ukraine < 25, France 27.8 Germany 30.6, India 33.9, USA 41, China 42.1 Philipines 43 South Africa 65 Gini index measures the extent to which the distribution of income or consumption expenditure among individuals or households within an economy deviates from a perfectly equal distribution. Thus a Gini index of 0 represents perfect equality, while an index of 100 implies perfect inequality.

GINI index (World Bank estimate) from The World Bank: Data

gini index graph 2012

Income Gini Ratio for Households by Race of Householder, All Races

Gini Index - Trends. GDP per capita and GIini Index by Jana Kubicová via slideshare

Gini Index - Trends. GDP per capita and GIini Index by Jana Kubicová via slideshare

Gini index, a measure of income inequality

Our Broken Social Contract

Gini index, a measure of income inequality

Inequality in the Skies: Applying the Gini Index to Airplanes » Sociological Images

Inequality in the Skies: Applying the Gini Index to Airplanes - Sociological Images

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