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Judith Niehues Interactive Graphic 21. July 2014

Income: Biased inequality perceptions

Whereas US-Americans are not very concerned about their large income inequalities, Germans view considerably smaller differences much more critically. This is not surprising given that Europeans tend to be considerably more pessimistic about how equal their societies actually are.

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