Take a look at the cities with the highest proportion of households making more than $191,469, putting them in the top 5 percent of income earners nationally, according to a census data analysis by CBS Money Watch.
10. Napa, Calif. High-income households: 9.3 percent.
9. Boulder, Colo. High-income households: 9.4 percent.
8. Boston. High-income households: 9.7 percent
7. Thousand Oaks, Calif. High-income households: 9.7 percent.
6. New York. High-income households: 10 percent.
5. Trenton, N.J. High-income households: 11.6 percent.
4. San Francisco. High-income households: 13 percent.
3. Washington, D.C. High-income households: 14.1 percent.
2. San Jose, Calif. High-income households: 15.9 percent.
1. Stamford, Conn. High-income households: 17.9 percent.
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Here are just a few of the photos that viewers have sent in for our Fiesta Photo Contest! Do you have photos you would like to share and enter? Post them on our KEYT or Central Coast News Facebook pages. Here is a link for more details on the Fiesta Photo Contest, sponsored by Samy's Camera - Santa Barbara - http://www.keyt.com/news/2014-fiesta-photo-contest/27119292
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