Saturday, February 28, 2015

Trading Places: Many City Centers are Becoming More Affluent, as “Inner Suburbs” Become More Impoverished

By Prince George’s County Expat

There is more poverty in the suburbs because there is more Section 8 housing in the suburbs and, as a result, more Third Worlders in the suburbs.

The District and dozens of other city centers across the country are becoming younger, more affluent and better educated while poverty rates in inner suburbs are rising, according to a study from the University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public…

At the
Washington Post.

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