Wealth distribution in America is becoming increasingly unequal, with the wealth held by the top 0.1% reaching its highest level on record.
This chart shows how taxes offset income inequality by country, revealing differences in living standards around the world.
This graphic shows income distributions in 16 different countries around the world, using data from the World Inequality Database.
This visual breaks down U.S. household income categories as 100 homes, based on the most recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
How has global income distribution changed over history? Below, we show three distinct periods since the Industrial Revolution.
In recent years, many economies have made women’s rights a priority, yet only 10 countries in the world offer full legal protections to women.
White families are more likely to hold assets of any type compared to other races. This chart highlights the substantial racial wealth gap.
This visualization shows the global inequality gap — a difference in the standards of living around the world, as well as how it's changed over 200...
How do the rankings of the world's most affluent countries change when using different metrics to measure wealth per capita?