What Percent Are You?

The Occupy Wall Street movement seeks to speak for the bottom 99% of the population by income, which includes pretty much everyone who makes less than $500,000 a year.

According to the protesters’ unofficial website, “Occupy Wall Street” is a leaderless movement of people from many different backgrounds. “The one thing we all have in common is that we are the 99% that will no longer tolerate the greed and corruption of the 1%,” the ... Full Story »

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Dwight Rousu
3.3
by Dwight Rousu - Oct. 30, 2011

Short and a bit superficial, but has a catchy gidget to estimate your income percentile, and (if you follow it far enough) a link to the wealth side of the distribution, to add to the income side of the unequal distribution of economic well being.

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Kristin Gorski
3.5
by Kristin Gorski - Oct. 26, 2011

Interactive calculator is useful in figuring out what percent users are. Needs more context: How many people are in the various percentages? Breakdowns by geographic region, education level, race and ethnicity? I'm not sure if this information is available, but if so, it would help make this picture more clear.

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Ben Ross
4.6
by Ben Ross - Oct. 27, 2011

Way good..very surprising coverage for WSJ...interactive and assessable ....illuminating.

This is the best coverage of OWS I have seen.

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Fabrice Florin
3.7
by Fabrice Florin - Oct. 25, 2011
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