Data from a survey of 5,000 Americans shows the difference between how they perceive U.S. wealth distribution, their ideal wealth distribution, and the actual distribution. (YouTube screenshot via Politizane)
Based on a Harvard Business professor and economist's survey of 5,000 Americans on wealth distribution, this video presents the data in a series of dramatic graphical representations.
The video was uploaded late last year and now sits at nearly 3 million views, having gone viral this week through social media.
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