A tony suburb of New York City has the nation's highest concentration of high-income households, but Silicon Valley ranks No. 2 and eight of the nation's 25 wealthiest communities are in California, according to a new Census Bureau report.
The Bridgeport, CT, area has the highest concentration with 17.9 percent of its households having incomes in the top 5 percent, the report said, with San Jose and other Silicon Valley communities in second place at 15.9 percent.
San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont ranks No. 4 at 13 percent, just behind Washington, DC, and its suburbs. Napa is No. 10, with the Santa Cruz-Watsonville area No. 11, Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana No. 15, Santa Barbara-Santa Maria No. 16, San Diego and vicinity No. 18 and Santa Rosa-Petaluma No. 23.