Publication - Statistics

Poverty and Income Inequality in Scotland: 2012/13

Published: 1 Jul 2014
Part of:
Statistics
ISBN:
9781784126315

Annual estimates of the percentage and number of people, children, working age adults and pensioners living in low income households in Scotland in 2012/13.

58 page PDF

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58 page PDF

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Supporting files

Contents
Poverty and Income Inequality in Scotland: 2012/13
Contents

58 page PDF

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Supporting files

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A National Statistics Publication for Scotland

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Tables are available in excel format (50KB)

Contents

Poverty and Income Inequality in Scotland: 2012/13

Key points

Changes to statistics 2012/13

Chapter 1: Poverty
1.1 Individuals in poverty
1.2 Child poverty
1.3 Working age adult poverty
1.4 Pensioner poverty
1.5 In-work poverty

Chapter 2: Income Inequality and the distribution of income
2.1 Income distribution
2.2 Income thresholds
2.3 Trends in income distributions

Chapter 3: Household characteristics and income distribution
3.1 Household composition
3.2 Household economic status

Annex 1: Tables

Table A1: Relative poverty (below 60% of UK median income in the same year) in Scottish households: 1994/95 to 2012/13
Table A2: Absolute poverty (below 60 per cent of inflation adjusted 2010/11 UK median income) in Scottish households: 1994/95 to 2012/13
Table A3: Children in combined material deprivation and low income (below 70 per cent of UK median income in the same year) in Scottish households: 2004/05 to 2012/13
Table A4: Pensioners over 65 in material deprivation: 2009/10 to 2012/13
Table A5: In-work poverty (relative poverty BHC) in Scotland: 1998/99 to 2012/13 Percentage of individuals in poverty in households with at least one adult in employment
Table A6: Median equivalised weekly household income in Scotland: 1994/95 to 2012/13 (2012/13 prices)
Table A7: Median equivalised weekly household income in Scotland: 1994/95 to 2012/13 (2012/13 prices) Children, working age adults and pensioners
Table A8: Equivalised weekly household income (BHC) in Scotland: 1994/95 to 2012/13 (2012/13 prices)
Table A9: Household type by equivalised income decile in Scotland: 2012/13
Table A10: Economic status of households by equivalised income decile: Scotland 2012/13
Table A11: Full time, part time and not in employment by equivalised income decile: Scotland 2012/13

Annex 2: Data Sources and Definitions

Annex 3: Revisions to income and poverty statistics

Annex 4: Welfare Reform in 2012/13

Annex 5: Where to find more information

A National Statistics Publication for Scotland


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