Distribution of households in the U.S. 2010, by residential income segregation

This graph shows the distribution of households in the United States in 2010, by household income bracket and income-related census tract. In 2010, 41 percent of lower-income households were situated in census tracts where the majority of households also had lower level incomes. Alternatively only 14 percent of lower-income households were situated in residential areas where the majority of households had an upper level income.

Share of households situated in low, middle and upper income census tracts in the United States 2010, by household income level

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Release date

August 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

2010

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