Database Proof Substratum: Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Lab Report: What Does ‘Middle Class’ Mean Anymore?

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Is $100,000 “average”? Though a majority of Americans now identify as "middle class"—the highest proportion since 2003—there's growing debate over what exactly that phrase means today. While a $59,000 annual income falls smack dab in the middle in countrywide stats, in some places, like D.C. and Newton, Massachusetts, the average income is closer to $100,000. The Washington Post analyzes the numbers: America’s middle-class ranges from $35,000 to $122,500 in annual income, according to The Post’s...