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Data Provider: Welsh Government National Statistics People in relative income poverty by family type
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YearIn March 2021, DWP made minor revisions to the whole time series up to 2019/20, to capture all income from child maintenance. In most cases the percentages of people in low income were unchanged rounded to the nearest percentage point. [Filter]
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[Collapse]All households2322232323232324242323
All householdsPensioner couple1615141415161719181814
Single male pensioner(!) This data item is based on between 100 and 199 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.2116(!) This data item is based on between 100 and 199 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.13(!) This data item is based on between 100 and 199 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.14(!) This data item is based on between 100 and 199 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.16(!) This data item is based on between 100 and 199 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.16(!) This data item is based on between 100 and 199 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.16(!) This data item is based on between 100 and 199 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.18(!) This data item is based on between 100 and 199 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.23(!) This data item is based on between 100 and 199 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.20(!) This data item is based on between 100 and 199 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.24
Single female pensioner1815141519212424222324
Couple with children2323272724232322232324
Single with children5449444344444544444246
Couple without children1211131515151415151515
Single male without children2427272925252730282727
Single female without children3326242528303231322930

Metadata

Title

Households Below Average Income

Last update

March 2021 March 2021

Next update

2022

Publishing organisation

Welsh Government

Source 1

Households Below Average Income, Family Resources Survey, Department for Work and Pensions

Contact email

stats.inclusion@gov.wales

Designation

National Statistics

Lowest level of geographical disaggregation

Wales

Geographical coverage

Wales

Languages covered

English and Welsh

Data licensing

You may use and re-use this data free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government License - see http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence

General description

This table presents data on all people living in households that have a household income below 60 per cent of the UK median household income after housing costs are paid.

Data collection and calculation

The data is based on Welsh Government analysis of datasets provided by the Department of Work and Pensions Households Below Average Income Team

Frequency of publication

Annual

Data reference periods

Figures shown are multi-year moving averages, as indicated.

Users, uses and context

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Rounding applied

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Revisions information

A minor methodological revision has been made to the HBAI data series by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to capture all income from child maintenance. This results in more income from child maintenance being included, in turn slightly increasing some household incomes and so tending to slightly reduce low income rates for families with children. The full back series (back to 1994/95) has been revised so that comparisons over time are on a consistent basis across the full time series. In terms of the impact of these revisions, in most cases the percentages of people in low income are unchanged rounded to the nearest percentage point.

Statistical quality

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Keywords

Social Inclusion; HBAI; Income; Poverty