Cities for People
"Research by the University of Washington’s Richard Morrill shows that suburban areas tend to have “generally less inequality” than the denser cities with activity centralized in the core; for example, in California, Riverside-San Bernardino is far less unequal than Los Angeles, and Sacramento less than San Francisco. Within the 51 metropolitan areas with more than 1 million in population, notes demographer Wendell Cox, suburban areas were less unequal (measured by the Gini coefficient) than the core cities in 46 cases."
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