National Statistics

HBAI, 1994/95 to 2016/17: population data tables

Population income data tables produced as part of the Households Below Average Income (HBAI) report, 1994/95 to 2016/17.

Documents

Overall trends

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Detailed breakdowns

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Time series

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Details

The HBAI report presents information on living standards in the United Kingdom year-on-year from 1994/1995 to 2016/2017.

These data tables provide greater detail about total numbers of individuals, regardless of age, especially those in low income. They include the following information.

How many and what percentage of people are in low income, and is this proportion rising or falling over time?

Detailed breakdowns

What percentages of people have various characteristics, what percentage of low-income groups have these characteristics, and how are these different groups spread across the income distribution?

The characteristics looked at include:

  • economic status
  • family type
  • gender and adulthood
  • marital status
  • disability and receipt of disability benefits
  • tenure
  • whether someone has a bank account, savings and investments
  • region and country

Time series

How have the rates of low income and the population of different groups changed over time?

This includes information on:

  • family type
  • economic status
  • disability
  • region and country

Additional data tables

The following additional data tables are also available:

Published 22 March 2018