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A measure for income inequality. The Gini is zero if everyone had the same income and is one if a single person had all the income. Income after taxes and transfers, adjusted for difference in household size.
Share of the population with an income of less than 50% of the respective national median income. Income after taxes and transfers, adjusted for difference in household size.
The average income of the top 10% as a multiple of the average income of the bottom 10% of the income scale. Income after taxes and transfers, adjusted for difference in household size.