At-risk-of poverty rate by household type

This indicator provides information on the population at risk of poverty due to low income. The indicator is presented for different types of household, insofar as the household composition has a bearing on the value of the at risk of poverty rate.

The indicator is defined as the percentage of persons with income below 60% of the median equivalised disposable income (after social transfers).

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