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  • Woody Welch

    I did notice that in San Marcos Texas around Texas State U. that the poor student population really pulled down some pretty well to do hoods. Pretty valuable marketing too even still.

    • Woody Welch

      Marketing tool that is

  • nick

    wait, you didn't leave it up to the imagination... sorry I should click around before I comment : )

  • nick

    Very cool and interesting. It would be great to see a wider range of income levels. cutting it off at 120K leaves a lot up to the imagination in a place like San Francisco or New York.

  • naulston

    Too bad the margin of error is so wide in the black geography that it is hard to draw any conclusions from the income data rom the 2010 census. Wouldn't a better mash-up be something like, property taxes paid and academic achievement (using the imperfect API score or whatever other metric you choose)?

  • Sasha Tenzin

    Not exactly sure what the "to-do" action is here (fight inequality? In process!), but this map is what's up! Thanks for sharing.