July 12, 2018

Income Inequality in the U.S. Is Rising Most Rapidly Among Asians

Appendix B: Additional tables

90/10 income ratios, by race and ethnicity Gini coefficients, by race and ethnicity Incomes at selected percentiles, by race and ethnicity Income relative to whites at selected percentiles Incomes at percentiles 5 to 95: All Incomes at percentiles 5 to 95: Whites Incomes at percentiles 5 to 95: Blacks Incomes at percentiles 5 to 95: Hispanics Incomes at percentiles 5 to 95: AsiansChange in income at percentiles 5 to 95, by race and ethnicity, 1970 to 2016

 

Income allocation rates, by race and ethnicity Institutionalization rates, by race and ethnicity Share foreign born, by percentile group: All Share foreign born, by percentile group: Whites Share foreign born, by percentile group: Blacks Share foreign born, by percentile group: Hispanics Share foreign born, by percentile group: Asians Selected characteristics of Asians in the U.S. Selected characteristics of Hispanics in the U.S.