What are your views regarding the data, about this country's economy, in today's (9/13/17) Washington Post article, titled "U.S. middle-class incomes reached highest-ever level in 2016, Census Bureau says"? https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/us-middle-class-incomes-reached-highest-ever-level-in-2016-census-bureau-says/2017/09/12/7226905e-97de-11e7-b569-3360011663b4_story.html?utm_term=.f4a603e388ca This article seems like a hyped up "feel-good" piece about how everything is improving in the country. I just get the feeling that the data is somehow being used to distort reality, like using the "median household" income instead of what I would think would be more important like "median individual" income, just to name one way. I'd be interested to know your take. Thanks.
What are your views regarding Washington Post article, titled "U.S. middle-class incomes..."?
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