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Data for indicator: Gini index

Domain: Income deprivation
Definition: The Gini index is a measure of income inequality. Zero means perfect equality (everyone has the same income) and 100 means perfect inequality (one person has all the income, everyone else has nothing).
Unit: Gini index [0-100]

Data selected for this table:
  • Countries: All ;
  • Period: All ;
  • Differentiator: none.


Countries19951996199719981999200020012002200320042005 Countries
AT27262524262424 272626AT
BE29282727293028 282628BE
BG   26262526262426 BG
HR        29  HR
CY  29     27 29CY
CZ 24   25    26CZ
DK22222021222122 252424DK
EE 37383737363535343734EE
FI 22222224242426262526FI
FR2929292829282727272828FR
DE29272525252525   28DE
EL35343535343333 353333EL
HU     23232427 28HU
IE33333334323029 313232IE
IT33323131302929  3333IT
LV 31303031 32   36LV
LT    31     36LT
LU29282526272627 282626LU
MT     30    28MT
NL292926252625262727 27NL
PL    283030   36PL
PT37363637363637  3841PT
RO   2829 3030303131RO
SK          26SK
SI    2222 2222  SI
ES3434353433323331313132ES
SE  222423242423 2323SE
TR       4645  TR
UK323230323232313534  UK
EU-15        303030EU-15
EU-25        293031EU-25
[Source of this data: Eurostat]
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 Abbreviations

  • Countries
    AT : Austria
    BE : Belgium
    BG : Bulgaria
    HR : Croatia
    CY : Cyprus
    CZ : Czech Republic
    DK : Denmark
    EE : Estonia
    FI : Finland
    FR : France
          DE : Germany
    EL : Greece
    HU : Hungary
    IE : Ireland
    IT : Italy
    LV : Latvia
    LT : Lithuania
    LU : Luxembourg
    MT : Malta
    NL : Netherlands
          PL : Poland
    PT : Portugal
    RO : Romania
    SK : Slovakia
    SI : Slovenia
    ES : Spain
    SE : Sweden
    TR : Turkey
    UK : United Kingdom
    EU-15 : 15 EU Member States (before May 2004)
    EU-25 : 25 EU Member States (after May 2004)


 
Page last updated 26 August, 2009