Number of times by which the wealth of white U.S. households exceeded that of black households in 2013, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center: 13

In 2010: 8

Number of times by which the net worth of white households exceeded that of Hispanic households in 2013: more than 10

In 2010: 9

Rank of 2013 among the past 30 years in which the racial and ethnic wealth gaps were at or about their highest levels: 1

Percent increase in the median wealth of white households from 2010 to 2013: 2.4

Percent decrease in the median wealth of Hispanic and black households respectively over that period: 14.3, 33.7

Portion of households of color that are liquid-asset poor, meaning they have less than three months' worth of savings on hand, conservatively measured at $5,887 for a family of four: 2/3

Factor which which African-American households are more likely than white households to be liquid-asset poor: 2

The median net worth of a white family with less than a high school education: $51,300

Of a Hispanic family with a college degree: $41,000

Of a black family with a college degree: $25,900

Percent of the U.S. racial wealth gap driven by disparities in homeownership: 27

Portion of every single dollar in wealth that's gained through homeownership: 2/3

Percent decrease in the homeownership rate for white households from 2010 to 2013: 2

For minority households: 6.5

Of the 10 states with the highest rates of black homeownership, number that are in the South, where home values tend to be lower: 8

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