Silicon Valley had the second-highest concentration of wealthy households during the period of 2007-2011, according to a report the U.S. Census Bureau released Monday, Feb. 11.
The greatest concentration of wealth in the nation lies in the area of Connecticut that contains Bridgeport, Stamford and Norwalk, where 17.9 percent of households are in the top 5 percent.
The metropolitan area of San Francisco, Oakland and Fremont ranked the fourth highest in the nation, with 13 percent of its households in the top 5 percent.
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