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(Wall Street Journal) — A new study finds that African-American and Hispanic Americans are more likely to live in poor neighborhoods — even if they’re affluent.  The study of 2010 census data by John Logan, a sociology professor at Brown University, found that the average white household that earns less than $40,000 is in a more affluent, resource-rich neighborhood than a black or Hispanic household that earns more than $75,000.

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