Is the younger generation coming up, or is the older generation going down?

According to the 2015 Ipsos Affluent Survey USA, whatever is causing it, there are now more Gen Xers among the affluent class than there are baby boomers.

The survey defines "affluents" as adults living in households with at least $100,000 in annual household income—something that's true for the top 23 percent of American households.

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