The median household income in the US is $52,762. So, half of all households in this country made less than $52,762.
Why do the people depicted in this graphic look so downcast? They have incomes from 3 to 12 times the median! The bigger question ... Why would a prominent national newspaper design an infographic that represents a well-to-do minority of Americans (only 3.9% of American households bring in over $200K.)... and yet say "your" taxes?