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Gini index for income distribution equality for families in the United States in 2016, by race and Hispanic origin of householder

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Gini index for income distribution equality for U.S. families 2016, by race/origin This statistic shows the Gini index for U.S. families in 2016, by race and Hispanic origin of householder. The Census Bureau defines the Gini index as “a statistical measure of income inequality ranging from 0 to 1. A measure of 1 indicates perfect inequality, i.e., one household having all the income and rest having none. A measure of 0 indicates perfect equality, i.e., all households having an equal share of income.” In 2016, the Gini index for Asian families in the U.S. stood at 0.43.
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This statistic shows the Gini index for U.S. families in 2016, by race and Hispanic origin of householder. The Census Bureau defines the Gini index as “a statistical measure of income inequality ranging from 0 to 1. A measure of 1 indicates perfect inequality, i.e., one household having all the income and rest having none. A measure of 0 indicates perfect equality, i.e., all households having an equal share of income.” In 2016, the Gini index for Asian families in the U.S. stood at 0.43.
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Release date
September 2017
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United States
Survey time period
2016

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