Why are so many people making so little money in the United States?
It is a question many of us would love to know the answer to.
As the state’s largest and most populous, Delaware has been known as one of the most liberal states.
In fact, according to a 2016 Pew Research Center report, Delaware ranks among the most “favored” states for gay rights, equality, women’s rights, racial equality, and immigration rights.
However, a recent study conducted by the Economic Policy Institute found that while many people think they are making more than they are, the truth is much less clear.
The report states that the median income for adults in Delaware is $53,000, but only one-quarter of adults in the state are earning more than that, with only 15 percent earning more, the Huffington Post reported.
According to the study, people who earn more are more likely to live in more expensive neighborhoods, spend more on their own homes, and own cars.
And, according the report, some of the state most expensive neighborhoods are in the suburbs, with some neighborhoods seeing the highest rates of crime.
In order to keep the state from being too expensive for the average person, the median household income in Delaware has dropped from $62,800 in 2015 to $50,000 in 2016.
This decline in median income has meant a decrease in median home value, which has dropped by almost $500,000.
The most expensive neighborhood in Delaware, which includes the state capital, Wilmington, is home to more than 1,000 homes, according a 2017 study by the University of Delaware.
In addition, some high-end neighborhoods in Wilmington, like Ocean View, which is just a few blocks from the state Capitol, have seen their home values skyrocket, increasing by more than $1 million in a single year, according WDRB-TV.
The state has seen a rise in median household incomes over the past year, but this is not necessarily a good thing.
A 2016 study by economists at the University.of Delaware found that median income growth in Delaware during the 2016-2017 school year was faster than in any other state.
The researchers compared the median family income growth from 2011-2015 to the median annual family income for the same time period, and found that the states median income rose by just 1.4 percent in that time period.
However a report by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) found that Delaware residents are still struggling to stay afloat, with median home values falling by $2,300 in 2016, the report states.
With such a steep drop in median incomes, some families are facing financial ruin.
In 2016, more than 10 percent of Delaware residents lived in poverty, and over half of Delaware households were living in households with an income below the federal poverty line, according Topps Magazine.
In a 2017 report by real estate firm Zillow, the average home value in Delaware had fallen by over $400,000 over the last decade, while the median price of a single-family home in the area has dropped to just over $800,000 from $1.4 million.
It is easy to see why many people in the Delaware community are trying to find ways to make ends meet, but why is the median salary and wages stagnant in the community?
A 2015 article by the Daily News Delaware stated that the state has the highest median wage for an entire state.
However in 2018, the state also announced that it would be eliminating a number of taxes, including a state income tax.
In the wake of this announcement, people have started to raise questions about the state of the economy and the wages of its residents.
According the Daily Press, a survey conducted by The Economic Policy Project found that nearly 80 percent of the public does not support the state government raising taxes on the wealthy.
The survey also found that only 16 percent of those surveyed said that raising taxes is “a good idea,” and only 16.5 percent of people believed that tax increases were necessary.
The study also found some people believe the state should not have a tax on the middle class, as the state is one of only three states that do not tax millionaires.
Additionally, while more than 75 percent of adults say that taxes should be increased on the rich, only 14.5% of people agree that taxes are needed on the poor.
Some people are asking, what is the state supposed to do about it?
According to some economists, the answer is that the problem of low wages and high unemployment is not going away.
“The state has had a lot of challenges, including the recession, and it’s going to be a challenge for a long time,” says Chris Kostin, director of research at the Economic Research Institute.
Kostan said that while he believes the economy is still in great shape, “the challenges are a lot bigger than we’ve seen in the past.”
According to Kost