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Data for Figure 1              Real household disposable income per head and gross GDP per head
Table 1                        Perceptions of the current economic situation: by income grouping, 2009
Table 2                        Sources of total weekly household income: by ethnic group of household reference person, 2006
Data for Figure 2              Distribution of real household disposable income
Data for Figure 3              Distribution of weekly household disposable income, 2008/09
Table 3                        Distribution of household disposable income: by family type, 2008/09
Data for Map 1                 Gross Disposable Household Income per head: by NUTS 2 area, 2008
Data for Figure 4              Individuals living in households below 60 per cent of median household disposable income
Data for Figure 5              Earning growth for full-time and part-time employees and the retail prices index and consumer p
Table 4                        Gross weekly pay for full-time and part-time employees by gender, April 2008 and 2009
Data for Figure 6              Real household net wealth per head
Data for Figure 7              Distribution of household wealth including pension wealth, by earned income per week, 2006–08
Table 5                        Composition of the net wealth of the household sector, 2009
Table 6                        Reasons for not saving into a pension: 2006/08
Data for Figure 8              Household saving ratio
Table 7                        Income tax payable: by annual income, 2010/11
Table 8                        Indirect taxes as a percentage of disposable income: by expenditure grouping and income group

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ehold reference person, 2006/07–2008/09




hold disposable income
prices index and consumer price index
April 2008 and 2009

d income per week, 2006–08




e grouping and income grouping of households, 2008/09
Data for Figure 1
Real household disposable income per
     1                        2
head and gross GDP per head
United Kingdom     Index numbers (1970=100)
                  Household
                     income            GDP
1970                   100.0          100.0
1971                   100.7          101.6
1972                   108.8          104.9
1973                   115.3          112.2
1974                   114.2          110.7
1975                   115.0          110.1
1976                   114.4          113.0
1977                   112.0          115.7
1978                   120.2          119.5
1979                   127.1          122.6
1980                   129.3          119.9
1981                   128.9          118.4
1982                   129.2          121.1
1983                   131.9          125.6
1984                   136.7          128.7
1985                   141.1          133.0
1986                   146.8          138.1
1987                   148.9          144.1
1988                   156.9          151.0
1989                   164.0          154.0
1990                   171.0          154.8
1991                   173.7          152.1
1992                   178.0          151.9
1993                   182.9          155.0
1994                   185.0          161.2
1995                   189.3          165.6
1996                   194.6          170.0
1997                   202.3          175.2
1998                   206.0          181.0
1999                   211.1          186.6
2000                   219.2          193.3
2001                   228.1          197.3
2002                   231.9          200.7
2003                   237.9          205.5
2004                   239.2          210.6
2005                   242.5          213.7
2006                   244.8          218.4
2007                   244.2          222.8
2008                   245.3          221.2
2009                   248.2          209.0

1 Adjusted to real terms using the expenditure
deflator for the household sector.
2 Adjusted to real terms using the GDP
deflator.
Source: Office for National Statistics

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                                                                            Table 1




Table 1
Perceptions of the current economic situation: 1 by income grouping, 20092
United Kingdom                                                                              Percentages
                            Less than £20,000 – £40,000 – £60,000 –              £100,000             All
                              £20,000    £39,999       £59,999    £99,999        and over     individuals
The economic situation
in the world
  Good or very good                 6            3           2           1              0              4
  Neither good or bad              17           18          12           8              8             16
  Bad or very bad                  77           79          85          91             92             80

The economic situation
in the UK
  Good or very good                  8            5           4            4            0              6
  Neither good or bad               17           15          13            4           11             15
  Bad or very bad                   76           80          83           92           89             80

The financial situation in
your household
  Good or very good                   28          44          54            64         63            40
  Neither good or bad                 47          42          35            36         34            43
  Bad or very bad                     25          14          11             1          3            18
1 Respondents aged 16 and over were asked 'How would you judge the current situation in each of the
following?' regarding the aspects shown. Results are based only on those respondents who, in a separate
question, provided information on their income.
2 Data were collected in February to March.
Source: 2009 Survey of Public Attitudes and Behaviours towards the Environment,
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

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Table 2
Sources of total weekly household income: by ethnic group of household reference person, 2006/07–2008/09
United Kingdom                                                                                                      Percentages
                                                                                                 Social
                                Wages        Self-                              State           security Other social
                                   and employed                           retirement    Other disability     security     Other
                               salaries   income Investments Tax credits pension¹ pensions benefits         benefits    sources
White                                64         9           3           1           7       7          2            5         2
Mixed                                71         8           1           2           2       2          1            8         4
Asian or Asian British               70         9           1           4           2       2          1            7         4
  Indian                             74         9           1           1           2       2          1            4         4
  Pakistani and Bangladeshi          56        10           1         10            4       1          2          13          4
Black or Black British               69         7           0           3           3       1          1          10          4
  Black Caribbean                    70         5           1           3           5       2          2          10          2
  Black non-Caribbean                69         8           0           4           1       1          1          11          5
Chinese or other ethnic group        70         8           1           2           2       3          1            5         7

All households                        64         9           3          2          6         7         2           5         2
1 May include income support or pension credit.
Source: Family Resources Survey, Department for Work and Pensions

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Data for Figure 2
Distribution of real1 household disposable income2
United Kingdom/Great Britain3        £ per week at 2008/09 prices
                  10th percentile         Median 90th percentile
1988–89                     150                312              623
1990–91                     149                319              661
1991–92                     151                321              663
1992–93                     153                322              659
1993/94–94/95               158                327              662
1994/95                     162                322              661
1995/96                     164                322              666
1996/97                     166                336              685
1997/98                     168                342              697
1998/99                     171                348              723
1999/2000                   177                358              734
2000/01                     183                369              761
2001/02                     193                388              797
2002/03                     196                395              800
2003/04                     197                395              793
2004/05                     202                398              803
2005/06                     201                402              816
2006/07                     198                404              822
2007/08                     197                404              830
2008/09                     201                407              844
1 Adjusted to 2008/09 prices using the retail prices index less
council tax/domestic rates.
2 Equivalised household disposable income before deduction of
housing costs, using OECD equivalisation scale.
3 Data for 1994/95 to 2001/02 are for Great Britain only.
Source: Department for Work and Pensions

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Data for Figure 3
Distribution of weekly household
disposable income,1 2008/09
United Kingdom         Millions of individuals
Income
0                                       0.632
10                                      0.054
20                                      0.043
30                                      0.053
40                                      0.095
50                                      0.099
60                                      0.096
70                                      0.113
80                                      0.117
90                                      0.181
100                                     0.199
110                                     0.231
120                                     0.269
130                                     0.352
140                                     0.422
150                                     0.504
160                                     0.382
170                                     0.609
180                                     0.673
190                                     0.836
200                                     0.936
210                                     1.082
220                                     1.262
230                                     1.126
240                                     1.161
250                                     1.138
260                                     1.312
270                                     1.119
280                                     1.157
290                                     1.253
300                                     1.255
310                                     1.272
320                                     1.210
330                                     1.246
340                                     1.141
350                                     1.197
360                                     1.153
370                                     1.000
380                                     1.214
390                                     1.148
400                                     1.053
410                                     1.031
420                                     1.000
430                                     1.075
440                                     0.974
450                                     0.887
460                                     0.892
470   0.896
480   0.733
490   0.791
500   0.799
510   0.851
520   0.731
530   0.779
540   0.650
550   0.791
560   0.542
570   0.633
580   0.670
590   0.539
600   0.564
610   0.531
620   0.575
630   0.466
640   0.449
650   0.442
660   0.399
670   0.441
680   0.372
690   0.353
700   0.387
710   0.300
720   0.260
730   0.276
740   0.277
750   0.289
760   0.310
770   0.245
780   0.296
790   0.273
800   0.278
810   0.258
820   0.202
830   0.258
840   0.195
850   0.230
860   0.196
870   0.168
880   0.172
890   0.174
900   0.167
910   0.169
920   0.162
930   0.115
940   0.126
950   0.115
960   0.118
970   0.122
980   0.143
990                                      0.088
10002
1 Equivalised household disposable income
before deduction of housing costs (in £10
bands), using OECD equivalisation scale.
The £10 bands are grouped into decile
groups in alternating colours.
2 There were also an additional 3.6 million
individuals with income above £1,000 per
week.
Source: Department for Work and Pensions

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Table 3
Distribution of household disposable income: 1 by family type, 2008/09
United Kingdom                                                                   Percentages
                             Bottom     Second      Middle      Fourth        Top           All
                                fifth      fifth       fifth       fifth      fifth (millions)
Pensioner couple                  20         24          21          18         16         7.9
Single pensioner                  27         31          22          14           7        4.7
Couple with children              18         20          22          21         19        20.7
Couple without children           11           9         16          26         38        11.3
Single with children              39         31          18            9          4        5.0
Single without children           21         18          20          22         20        10.6

All individuals                        20     20         20          20          20      60.3
1 Equivalised household disposable income before deduction of housing costs has been used to
rank the individuals into quintile groups.
Source: Households Below Average Income, Department for Work and Pensions

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Data for Map 1
                                                               1
Gross Disposable Household Income per head: by NUTS 2 area, 2008
Inner London - West                                                      206.2
Surrey                                                                   140.9
Buckinghamshire CC                                                       135.6
Hertfordshire                                                            126.1
Outer London - West and North West                                       122.2
Outer London - South                                                     118.8
Berkshire                                                                118.2
Inner London - East                                                      115.4
Oxfordshire                                                              113.6
Edinburgh, City of                                                       112.6
Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire                                          112.2
West Sussex                                                              112.1
Hampshire CC                                                             110.6
Solihull                                                                 109.1
Cheshire CC                                                              108.6
Cambridgeshire CC                                                        107.7
Gloucestershire                                                          107.1
Dorset CC                                                                106.6
North Yorkshire CC                                                       106.4
East Sussex CC                                                           106.4
Perth & Kinross and Stirling                                             106.4
Warwickshire                                                             106.1
Wiltshire CC                                                             106.1
Bournemouth and Poole                                                    106.0
Essex CC                                                                 105.7
Kent CC                                                                  104.8
Bedfordshire CC                                                          104.7
South Nottinghamshire                                                    103.1
Brighton and Hove                                                        103.1
Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire   103.0
East Lothian and Midlothian                                              102.5
Worcestershire                                                           102.4
Milton Keynes                                                            102.4
Outer London - East and North East                                       102.1
Swindon                                                                  101.6
Northamptonshire                                                         101.2
Inverclyde, East Renfrewshire and Renfrewshire                           100.7
East Cumbria                                                             100.0
Somerset                                                                  99.7
Shropshire CC                                                             99.6
East Dunbartonshire, West Dunbartonshire and Helensburgh & Lomond         98.8
Leicestershire CC and Rutland                                             98.7
Northumberland                                                            98.0
Southend-on-Sea                                                           98.0
Scottish Borders                                                          98.0
East Riding of Yorkshire                                                  97.8
South Ayrshire                                                            97.8
Shetland Islands                                                          97.7
Monmouthshire and Newport                                                 97.0
Peterborough                                                              96.8
Herefordshire, County of                                                  96.6
Suffolk                                                                   96.5
Outer Belfast                                                             96.3
Staffordshire CC                                                          96.0
Halton and Warrington                                          95.9
Devon CC                                                       95.5
South and West Derbyshire                                      95.0
York                                                           94.8
South Lanarkshire                                              94.7
Medway                                                         94.5
Caithness & Sutherland and Ross & Cromarty                     94.5
Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan                                  94.3
Thurrock                                                       93.9
Wirral                                                         93.0
West Lothian                                                   93.0
Sefton                                                         92.4
Falkirk                                                        92.1
Belfast                                                        91.9
Bristol, City of                                               91.2
East of Northern Ireland                                       91.2
Angus and Dundee City                                          90.6
Conwy and Denbighshire                                         90.4
Lincolnshire                                                   89.3
North Nottinghamshire                                          89.1
Lancashire CC                                                  89.0
Flintshire and Wrexham                                         88.8
Powys                                                          88.8
Orkney Islands                                                 88.8
Lochaber, Skye & Lochalsh, Arran & Cumbrae and Argyll & Bute   88.7
East Ayrshire and North Ayrshire mainland                      88.6
Greater Manchester South                                       88.5
Isle of Wight                                                  88.1
Norfolk                                                        88.0
Dumfries & Galloway                                            88.0
Calderdale, Kirklees and Wakefield                             87.9
Leeds                                                          87.7
Darlington                                                     87.6
Bridgend and Neath Port Talbot                                 87.6
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly                                   87.5
Glasgow City                                                   87.4
North Lanarkshire                                              87.3
Clackmannanshire and Fife                                      87.2
West Cumbria                                                   87.1
Torbay                                                         87.0
East Derbyshire                                                86.8
Greater Manchester North                                       86.6
Isle of Anglesey                                               86.3
Swansea                                                        86.3
North and North East Lincolnshire                              86.1
Inverness & Nairn and Moray, Badenoch & Strathspey             86.0
Telford and Wrekin                                             85.9
Gwynedd                                                        85.7
Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham                              84.4
South West Wales                                               84.3
Hartlepool and Stockton-on-Tees                                83.9
Durham CC                                                      83.5
Eilean Siar (Western Isles)                                    83.4
Sheffield                                                      83.3
West and South of Northern Ireland                             83.2
Tyneside                                                       83.1
Derby                                                              82.7
Central Valleys                                                    82.5
North of Northern Ireland                                          82.5
Gwent Valleys                                                      81.6
Liverpool                                                          81.5
Plymouth                                                           81.5
Luton                                                              81.1
East Merseyside                                                    81.0
Bradford                                                           79.8
Sunderland                                                         79.3
Coventry                                                           79.2
Dudley and Sandwell                                                79.2
Birmingham                                                         79.0
Southampton                                                        78.8
Walsall and Wolverhampton                                          78.6
South Teesside                                                     78.5
Blackpool                                                          78.2
Stoke-on-Trent                                                     78.2
Leicester                                                          75.4
Portsmouth                                                         74.6
Blackburn with Darwen                                              73.2
Kingston upon Hull, City of                                        71.0
Nottingham                                                         69.7
1 Nomenclature of Units for Territorial Statistics level 2 area.
Source: Office for National Statistics

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Data for Figure 4
Individuals living in households below 60 per
cent of median household disposable
income1
United Kingdom                    Percentages

                 Whole
              population    Children Pensioners
1998/99               19          26        27
1999/00               19          26        25
2000/01               19          23        25
2001/02               18          23        25
2002/03               18          23        24
2003/04               18          22        23
2004/05               17          21        21
2005/06               18          22        21
2006/07               18          22        23
2007/08               18          23        23
2008/09               18          22        20
1 Contemporary household disposable income before
deduction of housing costs, using OECD
equivalisation scale.
Source: Department for Work and Pensions

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                                                                           Figure 5




Data for Figure 5
Earning growth for full-time and part-time employees1 and
the retail prices index and consumer price index2
United Kingdom               Percentage change over 12 months3
                    Earnings Earnings full-
                    part-time         time       RPI       CPI
1998                       4.5          4.5       4.0       1.8
1999                       6.1          3.2       1.6       1.5
2000                       2.7          3.9       3.0       0.6
2001                       3.9          4.7       1.8       1.2
2002                       5.5          4.0       1.5       1.4
2003                       5.7          3.3       3.1       1.4
2004                       5.8          3.8       2.5       1.1
2005                       1.7          2.9       3.2       1.9
2006                       3.9          2.9       2.6       2.0
2007                       4.5          3.2       4.5       2.8
2008                       2.3          4.7       4.2       3.0
2009                       4.0          2.0      -1.2       2.3
1 Full-time employees on adult rates whose pay for the survey
period was unaffected by absence.
2 Data are at April each year.
Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings, Office for
National Statistics

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Table 4
Gross weekly pay for full-time and part-time employees by gender,1 April
2008 and 2009
United Kingdom                                                £ per week
                                                             Percentage
                                              2008      2009     change
Male
Full-time                                    522.0     531.1         1.7
Part-time                                    136.6     143.6         5.1

Female
Full-time                                     412.4       426.4             3.4
Part-time                                     149.9       155.6             3.8
1 Employees on adult rates whose pay for the survey pay-period was not
affected by absence.
Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings, Office for National Statistics

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Gross Weekly Pay for full-time and part-time employees by gender, April 2008 and 2009

United Kingdom                                                           £
                                                       Median
                                                                  Per cent
                                                2008      2009     change
Male
- Full-time                                    522.0     531.1         1.7
- Part-time                                    136.6     143.6         5.1

Female

- Full-time                                    412.4     426.4         3.4
- Part-time                                    149.9     155.6         3.8

1 Employees on adult rates whose pay for the survey pay-period was not affected by absence.
Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings




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Data for Figure 6
Real household net wealth per head1
United Kingdom Index number (1987=100)
1987                                       100
1988                                       118
1989                                       125
1990                                       116
1991                                       112
1992                                       108
1993                                       118
1994                                       112
1995                                       117
1996                                       122
1997                                       138
1998                                       148
1999                                       170
2000                                       176
2001                                       170
2002                                       173
2003                                       186
2004                                       198
2005                                       208
2006                                       219
2007                                       227
2008                                       193
2009                                       208
1 Adjusted to real terms using the expenditure
deflator for the household sector.
Source: Office for National Statistics

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                                                        Figure 7




Data for Figure 7
Distribution of household wealth
including pension wealth, by
earned income per week1,
2006–08
Great Britain             £ per week
< £100                            147
£100 to < £200                    114
£200 to < £300                    123
£300 to < £400                    158
£400 to < £500                    189
£500 to < £600                    252
£600 to < £700                    279
£700 to < £800                    368
£800 to < £900                    383
£900 to < £1000                   464
£1000+                            619
1 Earned income is income from
employment and self-employment.
It excludes income from pensions,
benefits, and other sources such as
interest and dividends.
Source: Wealth and Assets Survey,
Office for National Statistics


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Distribution of household wealth including pension wealth: by income per week, 2006/08
Great Britain

< £100
£100 to < £200
£200 to < £300
£300 to < £400
£400 to < £500
£500 to < £600
£600 to < £700
£700 to < £800
£800 to < £900
£900 to < £1000
£1000+


1 Sample based on half the full sample of households




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Table 5
Composition of the net wealth1 of the household sector, 2009
United Kingdom                               £ billion at 2009 prices2
                                        2007         2008        2009
Non-financial assets
 Residential buildings                  4,260        3,737      3,827
 Other                                    881          776         796

Financial assets
  Life assurance and pension funds         2,266       1,892       2,192
  Securities and shares                      666         452         577
  Currency and deposits                    1,153       1,189       1,184
  Other assets                               173         197         199

Total assets                               9,399       8,243       8,776

Financial liabilities
  Loans secured on dwellings               1,233       1,240       1,235
  Other loans                                230         230         209
  Other liabilities                          128         103          87

Total liabilities                          1,591       1,573       1,531

Total net wealth                          7,807       6,670        7,244
1 At end of each year.
2 Adjusted to 2009 prices using the expenditure deflator for the
household sector.
Source: Office for National Statistics

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Table 6
Reasons for not saving into a pension1: 2006/08
Great Britain                                             Percentages
Can't afford to contribute/low income/
  not working/still in education                                   65
Not interested/ thought about it/got around to it                  11
Prefer alternative forms of saving                                  9
Too many debts/bills/financial commitments                          7
Don't know enough about pensions                                    6
Too early to start a pension                                        6
Don't trust pension companies/schemes                               6

Not eligible/employer doesn't offer a pension scheme                3
Too late to start a pension                                         2
Not staying with employer/looking for a new job
  /recently changed jobs                                            2
Past pension arrangements are adequate                              1
Don't think I will live that long                                   1
Employer scheme not attractive/generous                             1
Other                                                               2
Don't know (spontaneous only)                                       -
1 Individuals aged under 60 not paying into a pension and not
receiving a pension.
Source: Wealth and Assets Survey, Office for National Statistics

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Data for Figure 8
                      1
Household saving ratio
United Kingdom               Percentages
1970                                 6.6 1970–2009 average = 7.5924
1971                                 5.0
1972                                 7.3
1973                                 8.2
1974                                 8.4
1975                                 9.2
1976                                 8.7
1977                                 7.6
1978                                 9.4
1979                                10.9
1980                                12.3
1981                                12.0
1982                                10.8
1983                                 9.0
1984                                10.2
1985                                 9.7
1986                                 8.1
1987                                 5.4
1988                                 3.9
1989                                 5.7
1990                                 8.1
1991                                10.3
1992                                11.7
1993                                10.8
1994                                 9.3
1995                                10.3
1996                                 9.4
1997                                 9.6
1998                                 7.4
1999                                 5.2
2000                                 4.7
2001                                 6.0
2002                                 4.8
2003                                 5.1
2004                                 3.7
2005                                 3.9
2006                                 3.4
2007                                 2.6
2008                                 2.0
2009                                 7.0
1 Household saving ratio is household
saving expressed as a percentage of total
resources.
Source: Office for National Statistics

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Table 7
Income tax payable:1 by annual income,2 2010/11
United Kingdom
                            Number of Total tax liability after Average rate   Average
                             taxpayers   tax reductions3 (£            of tax amount of
                          (thousands)                 million) (percentages)     tax (£)
£6,475–£7,499                      939                      86            1.3        91
£7,500–£9,999                    2,620                  1,000             4.3       382
£10,000–£14,999                  6,440                  6,150             7.7       956
£15,000–£19,999                  5,210                 10,200           11.3      1,960
£20,000–£29,999                  6,910                 23,100           13.7      3,350
£30,000–£49,999                  5,680                 33,000           15.4      5,800
£50,000–£99,999                  2,050                 30,000           22.3    14,600
£100,000–£149,999                  342                 12,200           29.8    35,700
£150,000–£199,000                  145                  8,120           33.1    55,900
£200,000–£499,999                  143                 15,500           37.8   109,000
£500,000–£999,999                   26                  7,340           41.4   281,000
£1,000,000 and over                 13                 12,700           44.4 1,010,000

All incomes                           30,500                  159,000                18.3         5,220
1 Based on projections in line with the March 2010 Budget and subsequent changes (June 2010) to
the income tax personal allowance and basic rate limit.
2 Total income of the individual for income tax purposes including earned and investment income.
Figures relate to taxpayers only.
3 In this context tax reductions refer to allowances given at a fixed rate, for example the married
couple's allowance.

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Table 8
Indirect taxes as a percentage of disposable
income: by expenditure1 grouping and income2
grouping of households, 2008/09
United Kingdom                          Percentages
                       Expenditure           Income
                        distribution     distribution
Bottom fifth                   28.2             12.3
Second fifth                   21.0             15.8
Middle fifth                   17.9             17.2
Fourth fifth                   16.8             16.8
Top fifth                      12.8             18.2

All households                  16.7            16.7
1 Households are ranked by equivalised expenditure.
2 Households are ranked by equivalised income.
Source: Office for National Statistics

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