I think poverty is worse because it means your basic needs are not met, such as clean water, food, possibly education, being able to buy clothes or afford a place to live. Poverty can in the end mean the difference between life or death.
Inequality is common everywhere no matter your financial status, so we have more coping mechanisms to fight against this or we have the choice to move on to someplace where we feel we belong.
So, if I had to choose one or the other, I would choose inequality.
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