November 27, 2012
The 20 Richest Metros in America (the First 2 Will Surprise You)
[Image: The Bureau of Economic Analysis]

The 20 Richest Metros in America (the First 2 Will Surprise You)

[Image: The Bureau of Economic Analysis]

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Filed under: Metropolitan Finance Urban City Chart 
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  5. pagesofpen reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    I find it hilarious that Boston is ahead of New York, and then Barnstable is very close behind New York
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  8. davidmanheim reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    This is a bad graph.For many reasons. It is mislabeled, since “richest” is very different than highest income. Total net...
  9. bigsmalltown reblogged this from spbell
  10. ddiamantaras reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    I am duly surprised.
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  12. davidmanheim said: Richest != highest income. The issues is that rich people live in NY, but may not make a lot of money right now. We need to be clear in the national discourse that income and wealth are different.
  13. blogsohardu reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Yes Baltimore
  14. spbell reblogged this from thegooddoctorguillotine and added:
    What the actual fuck that’s why Romney came here!
  15. anthonyolgin reblogged this from thegooddoctorguillotine and added:
    whoop whoop
  16. thegooddoctorguillotine reblogged this from lizzwillis and added:
    AWW YISS. MIDLAND.
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  19. kavirama said: Makes sense.
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  22. ratalieann reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Midland, Tx??? *Edit: Duh, the oil fields rule all.
  23. propertyofaprivatecollection said: Presumably that loops Greenwich, New Canaan, and Westport into the Bridgeport metro area, which is ridiculous.
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  29. nomoretexasgovernorsforpresident reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    That is a surprise.
  30. ragingbitchfest reblogged this from dendroica and added:
    I knew Boulder would be on the list. Fuck Boulder. Snooty fucking assholes.
  31. dendroica reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    1. What’s surprising about Bridgeport and Midland? 2. It’s hard to think of Trenton as a “metro area.”