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SR Level 1 region with the highest income was TR1 İstanbul region

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Income and Living Conditions Survey Regional Results, 2019 in Turkey

The income information regarding the Income and Living Conditions Survey 2019 results refers to the year 2018, the previous calendar year. In the calculation of income, the households income is converted into the equivalent household disposable income by taking into account the size and composition of the household.

In 2019, whereas the mean annual equivalised household disposable income of Turkey was 28 thousand 522 TL, TR1 (İstanbul) was the region having the highest mean annual equivalised household disposable income with 40 thousand 749 TL within the SR Level 1. It was followed by TR5 (West Anatolia) and TR3 (Aegean) regions with mean annual equivalised household disposable income 32 thousand 384 TL and 30 thousand 337 TL respectively.

Mean annual equivalised household disposable income (TL), SR Level 1, 2010-2019

SR Level 2 region with the lowest income was TRC3 (Mardin, Batman, Şırnak, Siirt)

TR10 (İstanbul) was the region having the highest mean annual equivalised household disposable income with 40 thousand 749 TL within the SR Level 2. The region with the lowest mean annual equivalised household disposable income were TRC3 (Mardin, Batman, Şırnak, Siirt) region with 13 thousand 441 TL.

Mean annual equivalised household disposable income (TL), SR Level 2, 2019

Income inequality was the lowest in TR4 (East Marmara) SR Level 1 region

S80/S20 ratio calculated as the ratio of total income received by the 20% of the population with the highest income to that received by the 20% of the population with the lowest income. As the ratio decreases, income inequality decreases.

According to the results of the latest research, while the SR Level 1 region with the lowest S80/S20 ratio was TR4 (East Marmara) with 4.6. It is followed by TR8 (West Black Sea), TR7 (Central Anatolia) regions with 5.5 and 5.6 respectively.

SR Level 1 region with the highest S80/S20 ratio was TR1 (İstanbul) with 7.8 and this region followed by TR6 (Mediterranean) region with 6.7 and TR2 (West Marmara) region with 6.6.

S80/S20 ratio by equivalised household disposable income, SR Level 1, 2010-2019

Income inequality was the lowest in TR81 (Zonguldak, Karabük, Bartın) SR Level 2 region

S80/S20 ratio was 7.4 for Turkey in 2019 whereas the lowest values realized in TR81 (Zonguldak, Karabük, Bartın) with 4.2. This SR Level 2 region followed by TRB1 region including Malatya, Elazığ, Bingöl, Tunceli provinces with 4.3, and TR41 region including Bursa, Eskişehir, Bilecik with 4.5.

SR Level 2 regions with the highest S80/S20 ratio were TR10 (İstanbul) with 7.8, TRC2 (Şanlıurfa, Diyarbakır) with 6.8, TR62 (Adana, Mersin) and TR22 (Balıkesir, Çanakkale) with 6.6.

S80/S20 ratio by equivalised household disposable income, SR Level 2, 2019

SR Level 1 region with the lowest relative at-risk-of-poverty-rate was TR4 (East Marmara)

SR Level 1 regions with the highest relative at-risk-of-poverty-rate which is calculated based on the poverty threshold set at 50% of median equivalised household disposable income of each region were TR6 (Mediterranean), TR2 (West Marmara) and TRA (North East Anatolia) with 13.3%, 12.9% and 11.9% respectively.

The lowest relative at-risk-of-poverty-rates by SR Level 1 regions were calculated in TR4 (East Marmara) with 8.4%, TR7 (Central Anatolia) with 9.9% and TR3 (Aegean) with 10.5%.

Relative at-risk-of-poverty-rate by 50% of median income (%), SR Level 1, 2010-2019

SR Level 2 region with the lowest relative at-risk-of-poverty-rate was TRB1 region including Malatya, Elazığ, Bingöl, Tunceli provinces

SR Level 2 regions with the highest relative at-risk-of-poverty-rate which is calculated based on the poverty threshold set at 50% of median equivalised household disposable income of each region were TR82 (Kastamonu, Çankırı, Sinop) with 15.0%, TR62 (Adana, Mersin) with 14.0% and TR21 (Tekirdağ, Edirne, Kırklareli) with 13.3%.

TRB1 (Malatya, Elazığ, Bingöl, Tunceli) region with 4.6%, TRC1 (Gaziantep, Adıyaman, Kilis) region with 5.8% and TR41 (Bursa, Eskişehir, Bilecik) region with 8.0% had the lowest relative at-risk-of-poverty-rate.

Relative at-risk-of-poverty-rate by 50% of median income (%), SR Level 2, 2019

The next release on this subject will be on September, 2021.


Source: TurkStat
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