Inequality in the U.S. - self-classification of citizens as haves/have-nots

The statistic shows a representative survey on self-assessment of U.S. citizens on whether they belong to the 'haves' or have-nots'.The survey was regularly done from 1988 to September 2011. About 48 percent of the respondents say they belong to the 'haves' in September 2011.

Self-assessment of U.S. citizens on whether they belong to the 'haves' or 'have-nots' from 1988 to 2011

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Sources

Release date

September 2011

Region

United States

Survey time period

1988 to 2011

Supplementary notes

For this survey, about 1,000 random chosen United States' citizens were questioned on a regular basis.

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