In the USA, income inequality is regarded as the extent to which resources and incomes are distributed unevenly. According to the research done recently by experts, the US has the highest level of inequality in terms of the income distribution. The US shifts much lesser income, primarily from higher payments households to the lesser income households. The effects from the economy and politics inequalities include; reduced income mobility, higher or rising rates of poverty, rise in the usage of the household debt and finally political polarization. In the year 2009, income distribution varied significantly across the USA states whereby Texas had the greatest, while Maine had the lowest.
The income Gini US household of other states such as Utah, Alaska and Wyoming their Gini income market coefficient was 10% lesser than the Average. On the other hand, Washington DC and Puerto Rico were 10% higher than the normal average. After taxation, the federal government concluded that almost 34 states in the US have a Gini index ranging from 30 to 35.