Standard of living in Portugal

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Standard of living in Portugal


The continent: Europe
  
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For country comparisons (the table on the map) colors are used:
 
 Good performance;
 
 The average;
 
 Poor performance

Internally displaced persons

38 number of people[?] (2008)
(2010) (ascending): 5 in the world of 151 (97,35%); 3 place in Europe from 24 (91,67%)

GINI index

36,04 [?] (2012)
(ascending): 50 in the world of 113 (56,64%); 30 place in Europe from 39 (25,64%)
0,555 % (0,111 % annual) ↘
min: 34,91; max: 38,90; max-min: 3,99 (10,26%); mid: 36,91;
-0,865 (-2,40%)

Access to resources in Portugal


Access to electricity

100 {% of population[?]}
(2012)
(descending): 21 in the world of 191 (89,53%); 5 place in Europe from 48 (91,67%)
100 {% of urban population[?]}
(2012)
(descending): 14 in the world of 184 (92,93%); 4 place in Europe from 48 (93,75%)
100 {% of rural population[?]}
(2012)
(descending): 20 in the world of 200 (90,50%); 5 place in Europe from 48 (91,67%)

Access to non-solid fuel

100 {% of population[?]}
(2012)
(descending): 1 in the world of 174 (100%); 1 place in Europe from 39 (100%)
100 {% of urban population[?]}
(2012)
(descending): 7 in the world of 176 (96,59%); 2 place in Europe from 40 (97,50%)
100 {% of rural population[?]}
(2012)
(descending): 1 in the world of 175 (100%); 1 place in Europe from 40 (100%)

Improved sanitation facilities

(descending): 21 in the world of 197 (89,85%); 9 place in Europe from 43 (81,40%)
0,702 % (0,140 % annual) ↘
min: 92,80; max: 99,70; max-min: 6,90 (6,92%); mid: 96,25;
3,45 (3,46%)
(descending): 22 in the world of 197 (89,34%); 9 place in Europe from 43 (81,40%)
0,402 % (0,080 % annual) ↘
min: 97,10; max: 99,60; max-min: 2,50 (2,51%); mid: 98,35;
1,25 (1,26%)
(descending): 19 in the world of 193 (90,67%); 9 place in Europe from 42 (80,95%)
1,10 % (0,220 % annual) ↘
min: 88,80; max: 99,80; max-min: 11 (11,02%); mid: 94,30;
5,50 (5,51%)

Improved water source

(descending): 1 in the world of 197 (100%); 1 place in Europe from 43 (100%)
0,400 % (0,080 % annual) ↘
min: 96,10; max: 100; max-min: 3,90 (3,90%); mid: 98,05;
1,95 (1,95%)
(descending): 1 in the world of 198 (100%); 1 place in Europe from 43 (100%)
0,300 % (0,060 % annual) ↘
min: 97,70; max: 100; max-min: 2,30 (2,30%); mid: 98,85;
1,15 (1,15%)
(descending): 1 in the world of 193 (100%); 1 place in Europe from 42 (100%)
0,500 % (0,100 % annual) ↘
min: 94,60; max: 100; max-min: 5,40 (5,40%); mid: 97,30;
2,70 (2,70%)

Gasoline prices in Portugal


Pump price for diesel fuel

1,64 US$ per liter[?] (2014)
(ascending): 135 in the world of 177 (24,29%); 21 place in Europe from 44 (54,55%)
3,66 % (0,732 % annual) ↘
min: 0,540; max: 1,89; max-min: 1,35 (71,43%); mid: 1,22;
0,425 (25,91%)

Pump price for gasoline

1,89 US$ per liter[?] (2014)
(ascending): 157 in the world of 179 (12,85%); 33 place in Europe from 44 (27,27%)
2,12 % (0,423 % annual) ↘
min: 0,770; max: 2,15; max-min: 1,38 (64,19%); mid: 1,46;
0,430 (22,75%)

Child Labour in Portugal


Child employment in agriculture

48,48 {% of total[?]}
(2001)
(ascending): 8 in the world of 49 (85,71%); 1 place in Europe from 2 (100%)
52,71 {% of male[?]}
(2001)
(ascending): 11 in the world of 48 (79,17%); 1 place in Europe from 2 (100%)
40,67 {% of female[?]}
(2001)
(ascending): 13 in the world of 49 (75,51%); 1 place in Europe from 2 (100%)

Child employment in manufacturing

11,16 {% of total[?]}
(2001)
(ascending): 38 in the world of 44 (15,91%); 1 place in Europe from 1 (100%)
11,40 {% of male[?]}
(2001)
(ascending): 39 in the world of 45 (15,56%); 1 place in Europe from 1 (100%)
10,72 {% of female[?]}
(2001)
(ascending): 34 in the world of 44 (25%); 1 place in Europe from 1 (100%)

Child employment in services

33,34 {% of total[?]}
(2001)
25,57 {% of male[?]}
(2001)
(ascending): 33 in the world of 48 (33,33%); 2 place in Europe from 2 (50%)
47,67 {% of female[?]}
(2001)
(ascending): 37 in the world of 49 (26,53%); 2 place in Europe from 2 (50%)

Distribution of income in Portugal


Income share held by highest 10%

27,77 %[?] (2012)
(descending): 80 in the world of 113 (30,09%); 16 place in Europe from 39 (61,54%)
1,84 % (0,367 % annual) ↗
min: 27,46; max: 30,82; max-min: 3,36 (10,90%); mid: 29,14;
-1,37 (-4,93%)

Income share held by highest 20%

43,17 %[?] (2012)
(descending): 71 in the world of 113 (38,05%); 13 place in Europe from 39 (69,23%)
0,463 % (0,093 % annual) ↗
min: 42,52; max: 46,26; max-min: 3,74 (8,08%); mid: 44,39;
-1,22 (-2,83%)

Income share held by second 20%

12,12 %[?] (2012)
(descending): 28 in the world of 113 (76,11%); 21 place in Europe from 39 (48,72%)
2,72 % (0,545 % annual) ↘
min: 11,15; max: 12,12; max-min: 0,970 (8,00%); mid: 11,64;
0,485 (4,00%)

Income share held by third 20%

16,16 %[?] (2012)
(descending): 26 in the world of 113 (77,88%); 21 place in Europe from 39 (48,72%)
1,42 % (0,285 % annual) ↘
min: 14,98; max: 16,27; max-min: 1,29 (7,93%); mid: 15,63;
0,535 (3,31%)

Income share held by fourth 20%

22,09 %[?] (2012)
(descending): 8 in the world of 113 (93,81%); 5 place in Europe from 39 (89,74%)
0,951 % (0,190 % annual) ↘
min: 21; max: 22,09; max-min: 1,09 (4,93%); mid: 21,55;
0,545 (2,47%)

Income share held by lowest 20%

6,45 %[?] (2012)
(descending): 81 in the world of 113 (29,20%); 38 place in Europe from 39 (5,13%)
8,99 % (1,80 % annual) ↗
min: 6,41; max: 7,15; max-min: 0,740 (10,35%); mid: 6,78;
-0,330 (-5,12%)

Income share held by lowest 10%

2,21 %[?] (2012)
(descending): 101 in the world of 113 (11,50%); 38 place in Europe from 39 (5,13%)
19,91 % (3,98 % annual) ↗
min: 2,21; max: 2,72; max-min: 0,510 (18,75%); mid: 2,47;
-0,255 (-11,54%)