Number of houses considered neither rich nor poor falls

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Number of houses considered neither rich nor poor falls

New research suggests that for the first time, the number of households in England that are considered neither rich, nor poor, has fallen below 50 per cent. 

In London the figure has dropped even further, to 37 per cent. 

This is according to a report by the Poverty and Social Exclusion project. 

Joanna Mack is a researcher and explains more.

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