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Duluth Area Median Income by Neighborhood

Karl Schuettler, director of marketing, research and analysis for Northspan Group, recently geeked out on some U.S. Census figures on his blog, A Patient Cycle. Of particular interest is a table showing median income by neighborhood across Duluth and neighboring communities.

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“Duluth, predictably, dominates both the top and the bottom of the income list, with pockets of great wealth and realms of substantial poverty,” Schuettler writes. “Those areas haven’t changed much since 1990 — in fact, I was a bit surprised to see so little movement near the top, given the growth of the exurban areas — but the rich do seem to be getting richer while the poor get poorer.”
 

3 Comments

Special K

about 3 years ago

Woooo!  Denfeld up by 1 and East End down 1.  We'll catch those wealthy elites yet, even if only by standing on the shoulders of Whole Foods.

Sam

about 3 years ago

Does anyone in Denfeld shop at that Whole Foods?   It seems pretty empty when I go there.

I say we redistribute some wealth from those east cake eaters!

hbh1

about 3 years ago

Today I learned that I am the poorest person in my neighborhood.

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