US income inequality: Boston tops list of most unequal cities

The US city of Boston suffers from the worst income inequality in the US.

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    The city of Boston suffers from the worst income inequality in the United States.

    The top five percent of Americans make over a quarter of a million dollars per year, while the lowest 20 percent of income earners make less than $15,000.

    Mapping income inequality in several cities shows the economic divide splitting the rich and the poor.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from Boston.


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