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It may be the nation's financial capital but New York City does not boast the greatest concentration of wealth in the country, according to new information released by the Census.

That honor falls to the residents of the Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk corridor along the Connecticut coast of Long Island Sound where nearly one-in-five households have an income of at least $191,469 - or the top five-percent.

In addition the new American Community Survey found that the wealthiest Americans cluster around each other, specifically around the country's largest cities on either coast and mostly in the Northeast, California and Virginia.
This information comes from The Geographic Concentration of High-Income Households , an American Community Survey brief, which contains findings from the 2007-2011 five-year survey estimates according to Forbes.
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