Geography of Government Benefits

In: Interactive Maps Politics Source: NYT

26 Mar 2012

Share of income that comes from government programs, broken down by type of benefit. (related article)


1 Response to Geography of Government Benefits


Mark W. Kidd

May 1st, 2012 at 1:59 pm

Maybe I’m missing something, but it seems like this needs some correlation with total income. $5,000 in benefits is 5% of a $100,000 income but 25% of a $20,000 income, a more common income level in my part of the country.

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