Lower middle class  

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In developed nations across the world, the lower middle class is a sub-division of the greater middle class. Universally the term refers to the group of middle class households or individuals who have not attained the status of the upper middle class associated with the higher realms of the middle class, hence the name.

Usage in popular culture

The lower-middle class is frequently portrayed in television and film. Notable examples include Roseanne, Malcolm in the Middle, 2point4 children, The Middle, and Family Matters.

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