This should come as no surprise to anyone (except maybe the SC Johnson family).
Using data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2008 American Community Survey, BizJournals has rated the relative affluence of all 420 cities, incorporated towns and unincorporated urban areas with populations of more than 75,000. "Places with high income levels and large inventories of expensive homes naturally earn the highest scores," their report states.
You'll find Racine way near the bottom of the list, 379th out of 420, second lowest in Wisconsin.:
In Wisconsin, Madison ranked highest at No. 166, with a per capita income of $30,918 and a median household income of $53,516. About 3.8 percent of Madison's households make $200,000 or more.The Census data lists Racine's median household income at $40,976; per capita income at $20,496.
On the other side of the coin, Milwaukee ranked the lowest at 384th with a per capita income of $19,237 and median income of $37,331. Just 1 percent of Milwaukee households make $200,000 or more.
Other Wisconsin cities in the list were Kenosha at 283, Green Bay at 253, and Racine at 379.
The full story is HERE, as well as a link to an interactive U.S. map for further explorations.