I mean aesthetically yes. individuals of course aren't a class only economically but idgaf about that. like I'm not gonna sit around analysing Klein or Dean Blunt's tax bracket and then slot them into prole/bourgeois, that's not how that works and is against everything i stand in regards to universalism. for me a class is only really a class when it is a dynamic movement in society struggling against the old fetters on the productive forces or trying to preserve the current structure.
It's like when some people said oh those boys from st albans ruined jungle, what a ludacrously reactionary proposition.
that being said the middle class not being the ruling class does mean that collectively they engage in self-obsessed cringe guilt complexes (see Orhan Pamuk's novels for instance.)
does not make sense