redsox95 asked: 10/15/2013
Excluding extreme circumstances (such as being bed-ridden), can any American become part of the wealthiest 1% in their lifetime?
Yes No
Yes No
large pie chart
Yes No
47% 53%
57 Votes
47% 53%
Gender
MF
50% 44 small pie chart
33% 12 small pie chart
Age
<2121-40>40 0%40%54%
0% 0 small pie chart
40% 32 small pie chart
54% 24 small pie chart
Income
<50k50-100k>100k 23%68%35%
23% 17 small pie chart
68% 19 small pie chart
35% 17 small pie chart
Party
DemocratRepublicanIndependentLibertarian 0%61%45%80%
0% 10 small pie chart
61% 18 small pie chart
45% 22 small pie chart
80% 5 small pie chart
Alaska (0 votes)
100%
Alaska
(0 votes)
100%
Alabama
(0 votes)
100%
Arkansas
(1 votes)
100%
Arizona
(1 votes)
100%
California
(8 votes)
50% 50%
Colorado
(0 votes)
100%
Connecticut
(2 votes)
50% 50%
Wash. D.C.
(0 votes)
100%
Delaware
(1 votes)
100%
Florida
(4 votes)
25% 75%
Georgia
(1 votes)
100%
Guam
(0 votes)
100%
Hawaii
(0 votes)
100%
Iowa
(0 votes)
100%
Idaho
(1 votes)
100%
Illinois
(1 votes)
100%
Indiana
(3 votes)
33% 67%
Kansas
(1 votes)
100%
Kentucky
(1 votes)
100%
Louisiana
(2 votes)
50% 50%
Mass.
(4 votes)
25% 75%
Maryland
(0 votes)
100%
Maine
(0 votes)
100%
Michigan
(1 votes)
100%
Minnesota
(0 votes)
100%
Missouri
(1 votes)
100%
Mississippi
(1 votes)
100%
Montana
(0 votes)
100%
N. Carolina
(0 votes)
100%
N. Dakota
(0 votes)
100%
Nebraska
(0 votes)
100%
N. Hampshire
(0 votes)
100%
New Jersey
(2 votes)
50% 50%
New Mexico
(0 votes)
100%
Nevada
(1 votes)
100%
New York
(2 votes)
100%
Ohio
(2 votes)
50% 50%
Oklahoma
(1 votes)
100%
Oregon
(3 votes)
66% 34%
Penn.
(1 votes)
100%
Puerto Rico
(0 votes)
100%
R. Island
(1 votes)
100%
S. Carolina
(0 votes)
100%
South Dakota
(0 votes)
100%
Tennessee
(1 votes)
100%
Texas
(2 votes)
50% 50%
Utah
(1 votes)
100%
Virginia
(6 votes)
50% 50%
Virgin Is.
(0 votes)
100%
Vermont
(0 votes)
100%
Washington
(0 votes)
100%
Wisconsin
(0 votes)
100%
W. Virginia
(0 votes)
100%
Wyoming
(0 votes)
100%
Last updated: 2022-09-30T16:46:40+00:00