Middle-income neighborhoods decline in metro areas

Cities experience more rapid drop than suburbs

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Middle-income neighborhoods are a dying breed in the nation’s metropolitan areas, according to a report by The Brookings Institution’s Metropolitan Policy Program, and the share of middle-income residents is declining even in suburban areas.

The report, “Where Did They Go?