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MIDWEST *Segregation*Income* Demographic Maps

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The following map shows the overall ethnic makeup of midwest cities. In the case of these maps, ethnic makeup is defined as an individual who falls within one of four categories --- White, Black, Asian, or Hispanic. Furthermore, the map indicates the density of each ethnic group by selectively color coding based on the dominate ethnic group. The dark colored areas in each category is an indicator of where that ethnic group has the highest concentration of that group as compared to the other groups. It is important to understand that even in the highest concentrated areas that that does no preclude another ethnic group from being present. To determine the number of people that live in an area you should view the population density map. Sources: US Census Bureau and Synergos Technologies, Inc.

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The following map shows the dispersion of median household income in midwest cities. Median income is where half the people in an area are under that income level and the other half above that income. The dark red areas indicate the highest levels of income. To determine the number of people that live in an area you should view the population density map. Sources: US Census Bureau and Synergos Technologies, Inc.

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Cleveland, Ohio

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Columbus, Ohio

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Dayton, Ohio

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Cincinnati, Ohio

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St. Louis, Missouri

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Kansas City, Missouri

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Chicago, Illinois

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Indianapolis, Indiana

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Detroit, Michigan

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Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Des Moines, Iowa

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Omaha, Nebraska

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Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Honorable Mention

Louisville, Kentucky

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Interesting info. Thanks for posting. Detroit looks how I expected it to...but I checked out Flint's stats, & they were actually better than I'd expected. Unfortunately I also found that Flint's population has fallen to 124,000 :(

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