Economic inequality — its effect on politics.

Minute 44

  1. Senators’ opinions correlate well with the opinions of their most affluent constituents.
  2. Senators’ opinions do not correlate with the opinions of the poorest third of their constituency.
  3. Senators’ opinions correlate a little with the opinions of the middle third.

SOURCE: Neil Butta, via Acemoglu on Econtalk
“GSE Activity and Mortgage Supply in Lower-Income and Minority Neighborhoods: The Effect of the Affordable Housing Goals” 

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