National Statistics

HBAI, 1994/95 to 2016/17: uncertainty and commentary data tables

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

Documents

Uncertainty estimates

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Commentary charts

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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.

The data tables here are of 2 different types.

Uncertainty estimates

This deals with the uncertainty around the main estimates of the income distribution. Statistical techniques are used to show the margin of error around the survey-based estimates. This indicates how far the HBAI figures are a true picture of relative incomes in the UK at large, and not just a result of the sample taken for the survey.

Commentary charts

This is a collection of tables which were the basis for and explain in greater detail some of the charts in the main HBAI report. This will help you to explore and examine the underlying analysis that were used to create the HBAI commentary.

Additional data tables

The following data tables are also available:

Published 22 March 2018
Last updated 23 March 2018 + show all updates
  1. Changed the titles of the 2 data tables - 'First group' to 'Uncertainty estimates' and 'Second group' to 'Commentary charts'. No changes to the data have been made.
  2. First published.