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De Blasio should be measured by how much he restructures the way the city taxes its residents and businesses, and how much it invests in improving the lives of poor New Yorkers, said Kink. He also said just glancing at statistics today and four years from now may not tell the whole story of de Blasio’s work.
“If there’s another Wall Street meltdown, another economic collapse, or another Sandy, and you have a lot of joblessness and a lot of homelessness, that skews statistics,” said Kink.
A bear market may not help matters either, statistically speaking.
“If Wall St. does well—something he [de Blasio] needs to absorb his tax hike—inequality will get worse under the Gini coefficient, which people will use,” emailed Nicole Geliinas, a Manhattan Institute senior fellow who studies economic and fiscal issues.”