Inequality rises marginally in 2023, with 1.9 mln Greeks at risk of poverty

Society Tags: ELSTAT, Poverty
Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos
Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos

The two main metrics of income inequality in Greece were released by ELSTAT in its 2023 survey on Wednesday, suggesting that the picture remained broadly stable, based on the 2022 income reference year, with small increase in both.

The Gini coefficient increased to 31.8 pct, from 31.4 in the 2022 survey, while the S80/S20 ratio, which shows how many times the share of the richest 20 pct of the population is over the combined income of the rest 80 pct, also marginally increased to ...

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