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Here are 3 facts you need to know about inequality and populism

A tale of two cities: A street cleaner walks past No 10 Downing Street in London Image: REUTERS/Phil Noble

Sophie Hardach


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Highly educated voters tended to vote for the right, but now tend to vote for the left. Image: Thomas Piketty
Highly educated voters tend to choose left-wing parties. Image: Thomas Piketty
High-income voters in the US have tended to vote Republican, until the last election. Image: Thomas Piketty
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