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Wikipedia contributors. List of countries by percentage of population living in poverty [Internet]. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia; 2007 Oct 4, 18:14 UTC [cited 2007 Oct 5]. Available from: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_countries_by_percentage_of_population_living_in_poverty&oldid=162289412.

List of countries by percentage of population living in poverty

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Map of world poverty by country, showing percentage of population below national poverty line. Note that this lines varies between nations, making comparisons difficult. Also note that some stats may have changed since this map was uploaded.

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There are two lists of countries of the world sorted by poverty. Poverty is an economic condition of lacking both money and basic necessities needed to successfully live, such as food, water, education, healthcare, and shelter. There are many working definitions of "poverty," with considerable debate on how to best define the term. Income security, economic stability and the predictability of one's continued means to meet basic needs all serve as absolute indicators of poverty. Poverty may therefore also be defined as the economic condition of lacking predictable and stable means of meeting basic life needs.



  • The first table lists countries sorted by the percentage of the poorest population living under 2 and 1 dollar a day. The sourced data refers to the most recent year available during the period 1990-2004.

  • The second table lists countries sorted by the percentage of the population living below the national poverty line—the poverty line deemed appropriate for a country by its authorities. National estimates are based on population-weighted subgroup estimates from household surveys. Definitions of the poverty line may vary considerably among nations. For example, rich nations generally employ more generous standards of poverty than poor nations. Thus, the numbers are not strictly comparable among countries.



Map of world poverty by country, showing percentage of population living on less than 1 dollar per day. Data is probably missing from several nations.



Only countries for which sourced data is available are listed.


Population living under 2 and 1 dollar a day adjusted for purchasing power parity

Population living below national poverty line

Country

Population (%) < $2[1]

Population (%) < $1[2]

Zambia

94.1

75.8

Nigeria

92.4

70.8

Mali

90.6

72.3

Tanzania

89.9

57.8

Burundi

87.6

54.6

Niger

85.8

60.6

Madagascar

85.1

61

Central African Republic

84

66.6

Rwanda

83.7

51.7

Zimbabwe

83

56.1

Gambia

82.9

59.3

Bangladesh

82.8

36

Nicaragua

79.9

45.1

India

79.9

34.7

Ghana

78.5

44.8

Mozambique

78.4

37.8

Haiti

78

53.9

Ethiopia

77.8

23

Cambodia

77.7

34.1

Malawi

76.1

41.7

Mongolia

74.9

27

Sierra Leone

3.9

N/A

Laos

74.1

27

Benin

73.7

30.9

Pakistan

73.6

17

Burkina Faso

71.8

27.2

Nepal

68.5

24.1

Moldova

63.7

22

Mauritania

63.1

25.9

Senegal

63

22.3

Kenya

58.3

22.8

Lesotho

56.1

36.4

Namibia

55.8

34.9

Indonesia

52.4

7.5

Cameroon

50.6

17.1

Botswana

50.1

23.5

Côte d'Ivoire

48.8

14.8

Philippines

47.5

15.5

People's Republic of China

46.7

16.6

Yemen

45.2

15.7

Honduras

44

20.7

Egypt

43.9

3.1

Tajikistan

42.8

7.4

Bolivia

42.2

23.2

Sri Lanka

41.6

5.6

El Salvador

40.6

19

Trinidad and Tobago

39

12.4

Ecuador

37.2

15.8

South Africa

34.1

10.7

Paraguay

33.2

16.4

Guatemala

31.9

13.5

Peru

31.8

12.5

Armenia

31.1

2

Venezuela

27.6

8.3

Georgia

25.3

6.5

Thailand

25.2

2

Argentina

23

7

Kyrgyzstan

21.4

2

Mexico

20.4

4.4

Colombia

17.8

7

Panama

17.1

6.5

Brazil

16.0 [3]

4.2 [3]

Kazakhstan

16

2

Algeria

15.1

2

Morocco

14.3

2

Jamaica

13.3

2

Romania

12.9

2

Russia

12.1

2

Albania

11.8

2

Dominican Republic

11

2.5

Turkey

10.3 [3]

0 [4]

Chile

9.6

2

Malaysia

9.3

2

Lithuania

7.8

2

Costa Rica

7.5

2.2

Estonia

7.5

2

Iran

7.3

2

Jordan

7

2

Tunisia

6.6

2

Bulgaria

6.1

2

Uruguay

5.7

2

Ukraine

4.9

2

Latvia

4.7

2

Slovakia

2.9

2

Azerbaijan

N/A

2

Belarus

N/A

2

Croatia

N/A

2

Czech Republic

N/A

2

Guyana

N/A

2

Hungary

N/A

2

South Korea

N/A

2

Macedonia

N/A

2

Poland

N/A

2

Portugal

N/A

2

Slovenia

N/A

2




Country

Population (%)

Liberia

80 (2000)[4]

Honduras

74.8 (2003)[5]

Zambia

72.9[6], 86 (1993)[4]

Madagascar

71.3[6], 50 (2004 est.)[4]

Sierra Leone

70.2[6], 68 (1989 est.)[4]

Angola

70 (2003 est.)[4]

Suriname

70 (2002 est.)[4]

Mozambique

69.4[6], 70 (2001 est.)[4]

Nicaragua

69.3 (2001)[5]

Swaziland

69 (2006)[4]

Malawi

65.3[6], 53 (2004)[4]

Haiti

65[6], 80 (2003 est.)[4]

Tajikistan

64 (2004 est.)[4]

Chad

64[6], 80 (2001 est.)[4]

Bolivia

63.9 (2003)[5]

Mali

63.8[6], 64 (2001 est.)[4]

Gaza Strip

63.1 (2005 est.)[4]

Niger

63 (1993 est.)[4]

Paraguay

60.5 (2005)[5]

Rwanda

60.3[6], 60 (2001 est.)[4]

Guatemala

60.2 (2002)[5]

Comoros

60 (2002 est.)[4]

Turkmenistan

58 (2003 est.)[4]

The Gambia

57.6[6]

Georgia

54.5[6], 54 (2001 est.)[4]

São Tomé and Príncipe

54 (2004 est.)[4]

Afghanistan

53 (2003)[4]

Eritrea

53[6], 50 (2004 est.)[4]

Kenya

52[6], 50 (2000 est.)[4]

Peru

51.1 (2004)[5]

Armenia

50.9[6], 34.6 (2004 est.)[4]

South Africa

50 (2000 est.)[4]

Djibouti

50 (2001 est.)[4]

Bangladesh

49.8[6], 45 (2004 est.)[4]

Lesotho

49 (1999)[4]

Azerbaijan

49 (2002 est.)[4]

Moldova

48.5[6], 29.5 (2005)[4]

Ecuador

48.3 (2005)[5]

Kyrgyzstan

47.6[6], 40 (2004 est.)[4]

Dominican Republic

47.5 (2005)[5]

El Salvador

47.5 (2004)[5]

Colombia

46.8 (2005)[5]

Burkina Faso

46.4[6], 45 (2003 est.)[4]

Mauritania

46.3[6], 40 (2004 est.)[4]

West Bank

45.7 (2005)[4]

Ethiopia

44.2[6], 38.7 (Fiscal year 2005/06 est.)[4]

East Timor

42 (2003 est.)[4]

Belarus

41.9[6], 27.1 (2003 est.)[4]

Yemen

41.8[6], 45.2 (2003)[4]

Cameroon

40.2[6], 48 (2000 est.)[4]

Sudan

40 (2004 est.)[4]

Guinea

40[6], 47 (2006 est.)[4]

Ghana

39.5[6], 31.4 (1992 est.)[4]

Laos

38.6[6], 30.7 (2005 est.)[4]

Uganda

37.7[6], 35 (2001 est.)[4]

Papua New Guinea

37.5[6], 37 (2002 est.)[4]

Venezuela

37.1 (2005)[5]

Côte d'Ivoire

37 (1995)[4]

Philippines

36.8[6], 40 (2001 est.)[4]

Burundi

36.4[6], 68 (2002 est.)[4]

Cambodia

35.9[6], 40 (2004 est.)[4]

Tanzania

35.7[6], 36 (2002 est.)[4]

Mongolia

35.6[6], 36.1 (2004)[4]

Mexico

35.5 (2005)[5]

Zimbabwe

34.9[6], 80 (2004 est.)[4]

Kazakhstan

34.6[6], 19 (2004 est.)[4]

Nigeria

34.1[6], 60 (2000 est.)[4]

Belize

33.5 (2002 est.)[4]

Senegal

33.4[6], 54 (2001 est.)[4]

Panama

33 (2005)[5]

Pakistan

32.6[6], 24 (Fiscal year 2005/06 est.)[4]

Togo

32.3[6], 32 (1989 est.)[4]

Grenada

32 (2000)[4]

Bhutan

31.7 (2003)[4]

Nepal

30.9[6], 31 (Fiscal year 2003/04)[4]

Russia

30.9[6], 17.8 (2004 est.)[4]

Botswana

30.3 (2003)[4]

Cape Verde

30 (2000)[4]

Dominica

30 (2002 est.)[4]

Macedonia

30 (2005)[4]

Serbia

30 (1999 est.)[4][7]

Benin

29[6], 33 (2001 est.)[4]

Vietnam

28.9[6], 19.5 (2004 est.)[4]

India

28.6[6], 25 (2002 est.)[4]

Lebanon

28 (1999 est.)[4]

Uzbekistan

27.5[6], 33 (2004 est.)[4]

Uruguay

27.37% of households (2006)[4]

Indonesia

27.1[6], 17.8 (2006)[4]

Argentina

26.9 (July-December 2006)[4]

Federated States of Micronesia

26.7 (2000)[4]

Fiji

25.5 (Fiscal year 1990/91)[4]

Burma

25 (2000 est.)[4]

Sri Lanka

25[6], 22 (2002 est.)[4]

Tonga

24 (Fiscal year 2003/04)[4]

Poland

23.8[6], 17 (2003 est.)[4]

Anguilla

23 (2002)[4]

Guam

23 (2001 est.)[4]

Algeria

22.6[6], 25 (2005 est.)[4]

Israel

21.6 (2005)[4]

Romania

21.5[6], 25 (2005 est.)[4]

Costa Rica

21.1 (2005)[5]

Maldives

21 (2004)[4]

Slovakia

21 (2002)[4]

Trinidad and Tobago

21 (1992 est.)[4]

Iran

16 (2006 est.), 40 (2002 est)[4]

Turkey

20.5[5]

Spain

19.8 (2005)[4]

Ukraine

19.5[6], 29 (2003 est.)[4]

Bosnia and Herzegovina

19.5[6], 25 (2004 est.)[4]

Brazil

19.3 (2006)[8]

Bermuda

19 (2000)[4]

Morocco

19 (2005 est.)[4]

Jamaica

18.7[6], 14.8 (2003 est.)[4]

Albania

18.4 (2005 est.)[6]

Hungary

17.3[6], 8.6 (1993 est.)[4]

United Kingdom

17 (2002 est.)[4]

Egypt

16.7[6], 20 (2005 est.)[4]

Canada

15.9 (2003)[4][9]

Malaysia

15.5[6], 5.1 (2002 est.)[4]

South Korea

15 (2003 est.)[4]

Chile

13.7 (2006)[10]

Germany

13.5 (2004)[11]

Thailand

13.1[6], 10 (2004 est.)[4]

Slovenia

12.9 (2004)[4]

Bulgaria

12.8[6], 14.1 (2003 est.)[4]

United States

12.6 (2005)[12]

Montenegro

12.2 (2003)[4]

Syria

11.9 (2006 est.)[4]

Jordan

11.7[6], 30 (2001 est.)[4]

Croatia

11 (2003)[4]

Germany

11 (2001 est.)[4]

The Netherlands

10.5 (1999)[4]

Mauritius

10 (2001 est.)[4]

The Bahamas

9.3 (2004)[4]

Estonia

8.9[6], 5 (2003)[4]

Tunisia

7.6[6], 7.4 (2005 est.)[4]

Libya

7.4 (2005 est.)[4]

Ireland

6.8 (2004 est.)[13]

France

6.2 (2004)[4]

Austria

5.9 (2004)[4]

People's Republic of China

4.6[6], 10 (2004 est.)[4]

Belgium

4 (1989 est.)[4]

Lithuania

4 (2003)[4]

Republic of China (Taiwan)

0.9 (2006 est.)[4]



[edit] See also


  • Economic inequality

  • Income disparity

  • International inequality

  • Poverty threshold

[edit] References


  1. ^ World Bank 2006. World Development Indicators 2006. CD-ROM. Washington, D.C., accessed June 9, 2007.

  2. ^ World Bank 2006. World Development Indicators 2006. CD-ROM. Washington, D.C., accessed June 9, 2007.

  3. ^ a b Brasil reduz a pobreza extrema pela metade (Portuguese). UNDP Brazil. Retrieved on 2007-09-07.

  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck cl cm cn co cp cq cr cs ct cu cv cw cx cy cz da db dc dd de df dg dh di dj dk dl dm dn do dp dq dr ds CIA World Factbook [1], accessed June 9, 2007.

  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "Anuario estadístico de América Latina y el Caribe, 2006," ECLAC

  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj World Bank 2006. World Development Indicators 2006. CD-ROM. Washington, D.C., accessed June 9, 2007.

  7. ^ Data covers the former Serbia and Montenegro

  8. ^ Fundação Getúlio Vargas. Poverty, Inequality and Income Policies. Retrieved on 2007-09-19. 

  9. ^ This figure is the Low Income Cut-Off (LICO). a calculation that results in higher figures than found in many comparable economies; Canada does not have an official poverty line.

  10. ^ "Encuesta Casen 2006." Ministry of Planning. June 8, 2007.

  11. ^ "2. Armut- und Reichtumsbericht der Bundesregierung - Kurzfassung" (in German) German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. March 2, 2005.

  12. ^ U.S. Census Bureau

  13. ^ [2]

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