Households earning $200K+ ("The 5%")
$100K-$199K (The 17%)
$60K-$99K (The 22%)
$30K-$59K (The 26%)
<$30K (The 30%)
So there's little factoids like the percent of each group that smokes:
12% (<-- I assume the bump is for big fat Cuban cigars lit by flaming $100 bills.)
But I was most struck by the data about the children of these different households.
Average SAT scores of the kids of those households
(Before you go all Social Darwinist on this, the 5% can afford pretty good tutors. I remember when I was trying to finally weed off that last client. I couldn't raise my prices enough to make them stop calling me.)
Perhaps the more surprising one was Percent of their children who have had sex by age 16.