The Census Bureau recently released a survey identifying cities with the most and least household income inequality, and many of the cities’ rankings came as no surprise.

The survey included cities with populations of 60,000 or more, and HomeArea.com — a real estate research tool — identified 17 Washington cities with the best and worst income equality.

Income equality is measured on a scale of 0 to 100, but the majority of places in the U.S. fall between 30 and 65. To put that in perspective, HomeArea.com notes that Brazil is among the countries with highest income inequality (ranking in the 50s), and Sweden ranks among the highest income equality (ranking in the 30s).

Here’s where Washington cities fall from highest to lowest equality:

  1. Marysville — 38.1
  2. Auburn — 39.3
  3. Pasco ­— 40.3
  4. Everett — 40.9
  5. Kent — 41.5
  6. Renton — 41.7
  7. Vancouver — 42.1
  8. Spokane Valley — 43.3
  9. Yakima — 43.9
  10. Federal Way — 44.2
  11. Tacoma — 44.3
  12. Kennewick — 44.9
  13. Spokane — 46
  14. Bellingham — 46.2
  15. Bellevue — 47.3
  16. Seattle — 47.5
  17. Kirkland — 48.5