At the same time, boys benefit more than girls from adult attention and resources, as do low-income and nonwhite children, a variety of studies have found. In effect, the worst places for whites produce outcomes that are about as good as the best places for blacks. One reason income gaps between whites and blacks appear so large at the household level is that black men and women are less likely to be married. For this reason and others, many point to differences in family structure as a primary driver of racial income inequality. Share of children living in low-poverty neighborhoods with many fathers present. The Washington suburb contains some of the rare neighborhoods where black and white boys appear to do equally well. The chart below depicts boys from every income quintile — not just the top or bottom ones — proportioned according to their real starting places in life.
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