Article with list of most and least equal places to live (list at bottom).
1) There's a lot of equality in big empty places like Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Alaska...
2) Living in the south looks like it kinda sucks.
Many of the counties with low Gini indexes were either very low in population or a fast-growing county containing commuter towns within a large metropolitan area. Loving County, TX, is an example of the former kind of county; it had both the lowest population in the country as well as the lowest Gini index estimate. Kendall County, IL, near Chicago, is an example of the latter kind; it had the highest population growth rate between the 2000 and 2010 Censuses, more than doubling over that decade
Since 1967, U.S. household income inequality has grown 18 percent. Nearly half of that growth occurred during the 1980s (Regan! ... ). More recently, the growth in income inequality has tapered off
So if we want equality we should move to those barren areas where there's nothing much of value, and no real potential to improve one's lot in life. That how it works, right?
That was less inspiring than I had hoped.
How unequal are you?