Pew Research confirms what most Americans have known for some time: The American Dream is becoming harder
Income for the typical household fell in 190 of the 229 metro areas studied further evidence of the decline in US living standards since 1999
The middle class is shrinking in nine out of ten cities around the country, while the lower and upper classes are growing, according to a study released Wednesday by Pew Research Center.
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In nine out of 10 cities, there are fewer middle class families since 2000, according to new data from Pew.
People just aren't earning as much as they used to.
According to a new Pew study, four out of five urban centers have seen household incomes shrink since 2000