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Online tool gives Twin Cities residents an in-depth look at their neighborhoods

If you live in Minneapolis and St. Paul, a new online tool can tell you how much (on average) your neighbors make and how educated they are, among other things.
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If you live in Minneapolis and St. Paul, a new online tool can tell you how much (on average) your neighbors make and how educated they are, among other things.

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