Brazil: poverty headcount ratio at 3.20 U.S. dollars a day 2005-2017

In 2017, the poverty headcount ratio at 3.20 U.S. dollars a day in Brazil amounted to 9.6 percent, which means that almost 10 percent of the Brazilian population was living on less than 3.20 U.S. dollars per day. The poverty rate has increased since 2014, when the headcount ratio was below seven percent.

Share of population living on less than 3.20 U.S. dollars per day in Brazil from 2005 to 2017

Percentage of population
20179.6%
20169.3%
20158%
2014 6.9%
2013 8.2%
2012 8.7%
2011 10.3%
2009 12.5%
2008 13.5%
2007 15.7%
2006 17.1%
2005 19.7%
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Source

Release date

July 2019

Region

Brazil

Survey time period

Between 2005 to 2017*

Special properties

Prices adjusted for relative purchasing power parity (PPP) at 2011 exchange rates

Supplementary notes

* No available data for 2010.

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