4 responses to “New data show change in the class (identity) structure

  1. Pam Smock

    Only skimmed but yes this is important. A “truism” I learned in grad school is this: most people identify as middle class (no matter what a “sociologist” might think). It is just the way it is.

    The graphs show some movement in that identification. Fascinating.


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