The Gini coefficient is a measure of inequality of variance. It is often applied to measure inequality of incomes in a particular area. A score of “0” on the Gini coefficient represents complete equality, i.e., every person has the same income. A score of 1 would represent complete inequality, i.e., where one person has all the income and others have none. Therefore, a lower Gini score is roughly associated with a more equal distribution of income, and vice versa. Utah shows the flattest income distribution in the United States, and Nevada falls in the middle of the pack.
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