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First impressions

26 May 2015 By Edward Hadas

Poor people often feel rich, the rich think they are hard up, and big income gaps elicit little indignation, says a new multinational study. Income levellers should take note. Accurate economic statistics won’t foment revolt. But perceptions of rising inequality just might. 

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