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Population Living Below Income Poverty Line

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This indicator shows the percentage of the population living on less than $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices. A measure widely used to gauge income poverty.

Data source: United Nations, Washington D.C.






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Human Development Data: All Countries % Population Below the Poverty Line
Madagascar 77.6
Congo, Dem. Rep 76.6
Burundi 71.8
Malawi 70.3
Guinea-Bissau 67.1
Central African Republic 66.3
Mozambique 62.9
Zambia 57.5
Rwanda 55.5
Nigeria 53.5
Togo 49.8
Mali 49.7
Benin 49.5
Tanzania 49.1
Niger 44.5
Brunei Darussalam 43.7
Uganda 41.7
Liberia 40.9
Sierra Leone 40.1
Chad 38.4
Senegal 38.0
Papua New Guinea 38.0
Congo, Rep. 37.0
Kenya 36.8
Guinea 35.3
Zimbabwe 33.9
Ethiopia 30.8
Eswatini 28.4
Cote d'Ivoire 28.2
Lesotho 26.9
Haiti 24.2
Cameroon 23.8
Laos 22.7
India 21.2
South Africa 18.9
Yemen, Rep. 18.8
Comoros 17.6
Honduras 16.5
Botswana 16.1
Nepal 15.0
Bangladesh 14.8
Namibia 13.4
Ghana 13.3
Sudan 12.7
Gambia 10.1
Guatemala 8.7
Philippines 6.1
Mauritania 6.0
Serbia 5.5
Tajikistan 4.8
Indonesia 4.6
Bolivia 4.5
Georgia 4.5
Brazil 4.4
North Macedonia 4.4
Colombia 4.1
Pakistan 3.9
Gabon 3.4
Ecuador 3.3
Egypt 3.2
Nicaragua 3.2
Peru 2.6
Armenia 2.1
Myanmar 2.0
Vietnam 1.9
Mexico 1.7
Albania 1.7
Paraguay 1.6
El Salvador 1.5
Bhutan 1.5
Morocco 1.0
Kyrgyzstan 0.9
Sri Lanka 0.8
Algeria 0.5
China 0.5
Mongolia 0.5
Dominican Republic 0.4
Tunisia 0.2
Bosnia and Herzegovina 0.1
Jordan 0.1
Ukraine
Moldova
Thailand
Kazakhstan

See: Data for individual countries by using country lists


Note: Data shows the percentage of people living below the income poverty line.
Note: The global income povery line is $1.90 per day.
Note: Only countries with population below the poverty line shown.





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