Do you live in a Monied Burb, Tractor Country, Service Worker Center, or an Evangelical Epicenter? These kinds of counties and nine others are shown in an interactive map in The Atlantic. The magazine analyzed demographic, economic, cultural, and political data to break the nation’s 3,141 counties into 12 statistically distinct “types of places.” When looking at family income over the past 30 years through that prism, the full picture of the income divide makes for interesting analysis. Click here to see the map and read more.