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Map: How median household income changed between 2007 and 2010

The Globe and Mail's Sonia Verma investigated the most recent US Census Bureau statistics to determine which of the counties with at least 20,000 residents experienced the sharpest drop in median household income and those that witnessed the biggest gains. The interactive graphic below tells the story of those counties during the great economic recession and the Barack Obama presidency. Read Sonia's full story here. See the dataset that informed this map on BuzzData

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