Household income and poverty in 2019 inter-communality metropolis of CC du Grand Pic Saint-Loup (200022986)

Detailed figures

Paru le :13/06/2022

Warning: For reasons of statistical confidentiality, some indicators may not be provided.

REV T1 - Tax households in 2019

REV T1 - Tax households in 2019
2019
Number of tax households 19 617
Number of people in tax households 49 154
Median disposable income (per consumption unit in euros) 26 440
Share of actually taxed tax households (in %) 68,2
  • Scope: tax households - excluding communities and homeless.
  • Source: Insee-DGFiP-Cnaf-Cnav-Ccmsa, Localised disposable income system (FiLoSoFi) in geography as of 01/01/2022.

REV G1 - Poverty rate by age range of the reference fiscal person in 2019

REV G1 - Poverty rate by age range of the reference fiscal person in 2019
Rate in %
Altogether 7,3
Less than 30 years old 21,4
30 to 39 years old 8,3
40 to 49 years old 7,8
50 to 59 years old 7,6
60 to 74 years old 5,0
75 and over 6,2
  • Scope: tax households - excluding communities and homeless.
  • Source: Insee-DGFiP-Cnaf-Cnav-Ccmsa, Localised disposable income system (FiLoSoFi) in geography as of 01/01/2022.

REV G1 - Poverty rate by age range of the reference fiscal person in 2019

  • Scope: tax households - excluding communities and homeless.
  • Source: Insee-DGFiP-Cnaf-Cnav-Ccmsa, Localised disposable income system (FiLoSoFi) in geography as of 01/01/2022.

REV G2 - Poverty rate by tenure of the reference fiscal person in 2019

REV G2 - Poverty rate by tenure of the reference fiscal person in 2019
Rate in %
Altogether 7,3
Homeowner 5,0
Tenant 18,5
  • Scope: tax households - excluding communities and homeless.
  • Source: Insee-DGFiP-Cnaf-Cnav-Ccmsa, Localised disposable income system (FiLoSoFi) in geography as of 01/01/2022.

REV G2 - Poverty rate by tenure of the reference fiscal person in 2019

  • Scope: tax households - excluding communities and homeless.
  • Source: Insee-DGFiP-Cnaf-Cnav-Ccmsa, Localised disposable income system (FiLoSoFi) in geography as of 01/01/2022.

REV T2 - Disposable income components in 2019

REV T2 - Disposable income components in 2019
share in %
Altogether 100,0
Work income 74,4
including wages 62,9
including unemployment pensions 2,6
including self-employed income 8,9
Retirement pension or annuity 28,5
Capital income (real estate, financial, others) 14,8
Social benefits 3,1
including child benefit 1,4
including income support 1,2
including housing benefit 0,5
Tax –20,8
  • Scope: tax households - excluding communities and homeless.
  • Source: Insee-DGFiP-Cnaf-Cnav-Ccmsa, Localised disposable income system (FiLoSoFi) in geography as of 01/01/2022.

REV T3 - Disposable income distribution in 2019

REV T3 - Disposable income distribution in 2019
2019
Median disposable income (per consumption unit in euros) 26 440
Inter-decile ratio 3,3
1st decile (in euros) 14 610
9th decile (in euros) 47 860
  • Scope: tax households - excluding communities and homeless.
  • Source: Insee-DGFiP-Cnaf-Cnav-Ccmsa, Localised disposable income system (FiLoSoFi) in geography as of 01/01/2022.

Sources

A presentation of Localised disposable income system (FiLoSoFi) is accessible in the “Definitions, Methods and Quality” section of the insee.fr site.

Définitions

Champ

The scope covered is that of all ordinary tax households: it excludes people who are homeless or living in institutions (prison, home, retirement home, etc.).

Municipalities without inhabitant or without inhabitant subject to the housing tax are not in the list of municipalities.

The share of taxed households is calculated on the basis of households whose declared income is positive or zero.

The other indicators are calculated on the basis of households with positive or zero disposable income.

Data are rounded to the nearest ten for income deciles and quartiles and rounded to a few decimal places for other indicators.

Géographie

The statistics for 2019 are available in the municipal geography in force on 01/01/2022.

The results are provided for metropolitan France, Martinique and Reunion.

Statistical confidentiality and release threshold

Data from FiLoSoFi are subject to statistical confidentiality. No statistics are disseminated on very small areas (less than 50 households and less than 100 people).

Three indicators (median standard of living, counts in number of households and number of people) are proposed for areas with more than 50 households or more than 100 people.

In the largest areas (more than 1000 households or more than 2000 people), all the indicators are generally offered. They are also disseminated on the associated subpopulations a socio-demographic criterion (for example under 30s) with a minimum workforce of at least 200 people and at least 11 households.

Poverty rates are disseminated for areas with more than 1,000 households or more than 2,000 people in which there are at least 200 people and 11 poor households, as well as at least 200 people and 11 households above the poverty line .
They are disseminated on the sub-populations associated with a socio-demographic criterion (for example under 30 years old) having a minimum number of at least 200 people and at least 11 poor households and at least 200 people and at least 11 households above the poverty line.
When the rates are in the ranges [0; 5] and [95; 100], the exact value is not displayed, it is replaced by the values ​​5% and 95% respectively.

The components of disposable income are disseminated over areas with more than 1000 households or more than 2000 people, provided that for each of the income components there are at least 11 households for which the component is non-zero.