Distribution of after-tax income in Canada in 2017, by decile
Income share in Canada, by decile 2017
This statistic shows the distribution of after-tax income in Canada in 2017, by income decile. In 2017, income earners in the top ten percent earned 27.5 percent of all after-tax income in Canada.
Distribution of after-tax income in Canada in 2017, by decile
Share of total income earned
Lowest decile 1.4%
Second decile3.2%
Third decile4.5%
Fourth decile5.9%
Fifth decile7.4%
Sixth decile9%
Seventh decile10.9%
Eighth decile13.3%
Ninth decile16.9%
Highest decile27.5%
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Source

Release date

February 2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2017

Income share in Canada, by decile 2017
This statistic shows the distribution of after-tax income in Canada in 2017, by income decile. In 2017, income earners in the top ten percent earned 27.5 percent of all after-tax income in Canada.
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