France - Relative median at-risk-of-poverty risk gap: 18 years or over was 22.70% in December of 2020, according to the EUROSTAT. Historically, France - Relative median at-risk-of-poverty risk gap: 18 years or over reached a record high of 22.70% in December of 2020 and a record low of 16.10% in December of 2015. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for France - Relative median at-risk-of-poverty risk gap: 18 years or over - last updated from the EUROSTAT on November of 2021.

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Relative Median At-risk-of-poverty Risk Gap: 18 Years Or Over
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Romania 31.30 31.40 % Dec 2020
Italy 29.10 29.00 % Dec 2019
Latvia 28.80 28.40 % Dec 2020
Croatia 28.10 26.20 % Dec 2020
Spain 27.30 28.20 % Dec 2020
Bulgaria 26.60 26.00 % Dec 2020
Greece 26.50 27.30 % Dec 2020
Portugal 24.20 22.10 % Dec 2020
Euro Area 24.20 24.10 % Dec 2019
Lithuania 23.20 26.30 % Dec 2020
Austria 22.20 23.90 % Dec 2020
Slovakia 22.10 24.00 % Dec 2020
Estonia 21.40 22.20 % Dec 2020
Poland 21.10 22.50 % Dec 2020
Denmark 20.00 22.10 % Dec 2020
Sweden 19.90 21.10 % Dec 2020
Luxembourg 18.00 25.00 % Dec 2020
Netherlands 17.30 17.30 % Dec 2020
Cyprus 16.60 16.00 % Dec 2020
Malta 15.30 15.80 % Dec 2020
Finland 14.60 15.20 % Dec 2020
France | Poverty
Aggregate replacement ratio for pensions (excluding other social benefits)
Aggregate replacement ratio for pensions (excluding other social benefits): Females
Aggregate replacement ratio for pensions (excluding other social benefits): Males
At-risk-of-poverty rate
At-risk-of-poverty rate after social transfers
At-risk-of-poverty rate after social transfers: Females
At-risk-of-poverty rate after social transfers: Males
At-risk-of-poverty rate before social transfers: 65 years or over
At-risk-of-poverty rate before social transfers: From 18 to 64 years
At-risk-of-poverty rate before social transfers: Less than 18 years
At-risk-of-poverty rate for pensioners
At-risk-of-poverty rate for pensioners: Females
At-risk-of-poverty rate for pensioners: Males
At-risk-of-poverty rate of elderly people
At-risk-of-poverty rate of elderly people: Owner
At-risk-of-poverty rate of elderly people: Tenant
At-risk-of-poverty rate of households with at least one dependent child: High work intensity (0.55-0.85)
At-risk-of-poverty rate of households with at least one dependent child: Low work intensity (0.2-0.45)
At-risk-of-poverty rate of households with at least one dependent child: Medium work intensity (0.45-0.55)
At-risk-of-poverty rate of households with at least one dependent child: Not very low work intensity (0.2-1)
At-risk-of-poverty rate of households with at least one dependent child: Very high work intensity (0.85-1)
At-risk-of-poverty rate of households with at least one dependent child: Very low work intensity (0-0.2)
At-risk-of-poverty rate of households without dependent children: High work intensity (0.55-0.85)
At-risk-of-poverty rate of households without dependent children: Low work intensity (0.2-0.45)
At-risk-of-poverty rate of households without dependent children: Medium work intensity (0.45-0.55)
At-risk-of-poverty rate of households without dependent children: Not very low work intensity (0.2-1)
At-risk-of-poverty rate of households without dependent children: Very high work intensity (0.85-1)
At-risk-of-poverty rate of households without dependent children: Very low work intensity (0-0.2)
At-risk-of-poverty rate of older people: 60 years or over
At-risk-of-poverty rate of older people: 65 years or over
At-risk-of-poverty rate of older people: 75 years or over
At-risk-of-poverty rate of older people: Less than 60 years
At-risk-of-poverty rate of older people: Less than 65 years
At-risk-of-poverty rate of older people: Less than 75 years
At-risk-of-poverty rate: Employed persons
At-risk-of-poverty rate: Females
At-risk-of-poverty rate: From 25 to 54 years
At-risk-of-poverty rate: From 55 to 64 years
At-risk-of-poverty rate: Males
At-risk-of-poverty rate: Not employed persons
At-risk-of-poverty rate: Other inactive persons
At-risk-of-poverty rate: Owner
At-risk-of-poverty rate: Population
At-risk-of-poverty rate: Retired persons
At-risk-of-poverty rate: Single person
At-risk-of-poverty rate: Tenant
At-risk-of-poverty rate: Three or more adults
At-risk-of-poverty rate: Two adults younger than 65 years
At-risk-of-poverty rate: Unemployed persons
At-risk-of-poverty threshold: Single person
At-risk-of-poverty threshold: Two adults with two children younger than 14 years
At-risk-of-poverty-rate: Less than primary, primary and lower secondary education (levels 0-2)
At-risk-of-poverty-rate: Tertiary education (levels 5-8)
At-risk-of-poverty-rate: Upper secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary education (levels 3 and 4)
Depth of material deprivation
Dispersion around the at-risk-of-poverty threshold for elderly people: At risk of poverty rate (cut-off point: 40% of median equivalised income)
Dispersion around the at-risk-of-poverty threshold for elderly people: At risk of poverty rate (cut-off point: 50% of median equivalised income)
Dispersion around the at-risk-of-poverty threshold for elderly people: At risk of poverty rate (cut-off point: 60% of median equivalised income after social transfers)
Dispersion around the at-risk-of-poverty threshold for elderly people: At risk of poverty rate (cut-off point: 70% of median equivalised income)
Dispersion around the at-risk-of-poverty threshold: At risk of poverty rate (cut-off point: 40% of median equivalised income)
Dispersion around the at-risk-of-poverty threshold: At risk of poverty rate (cut-off point: 50% of median equivalised income)
Dispersion around the at-risk-of-poverty threshold: At risk of poverty rate (cut-off point: 60% of median equivalised income after social transfers)
Dispersion around the at-risk-of-poverty threshold: At risk of poverty rate (cut-off point: 70% of median equivalised income)
Gender differences in the aggregate replacement ratio for pensions (excluding other social benefits)
Gender differences in the at-risk-of-poverty rate: 65 years or over
Gender differences in the at-risk-of-poverty rate: Less than 65 years
Gender differences in the relative income of elderly people (65+)
Gender differences in the relative income of older people: Persons aged 60 years and over compared to persons aged less than 60 years
Gender differences in the relative income of older people: Persons aged 75 years and over compared to persons aged less than 75 years
In work at-risk-of-poverty rate
In-work at-risk-of-poverty rate
In-work at-risk-of-poverty rate: Females
In-work at-risk-of-poverty rate: Full-time
In-work at-risk-of-poverty rate: Males
In-work at-risk-of-poverty rate: Part-time
Material Deprivation rate: 65 years or over
Material Deprivation rate: Females
Material Deprivation rate: From 18 to 64 years
Material Deprivation rate: Less than 18 years
Material Deprivation rate: Males
Median relative income of elderly people
Median relative income of elderly people (60+)
Median relative income of elderly people (60+): Females
Median relative income of elderly people (60+): Males
Overcrowding rate
Overcrowding rate (without single-person households): 65 years or over
Overcrowding rate (without single-person households): Above 60% of median equivalised income
Overcrowding rate (without single-person households): Below 60% of median equivalised income
Overcrowding rate (without single-person households): Females
Overcrowding rate (without single-person households): From 18 to 64 years
Overcrowding rate (without single-person households): Less than 18 years
Overcrowding rate (without single-person households): Males
Overcrowding rate: 65 years or over
Overcrowding rate: Above 60% of median equivalised income
Overcrowding rate: Below 60% of median equivalised income
Overcrowding rate: Cities
Overcrowding rate: Females
Overcrowding rate: From 18 to 64 years
Overcrowding rate: Less than 18 years
Overcrowding rate: Males
Overcrowding rate: Owner, no outstanding mortgage or housing loan
Overcrowding rate: Owner, with mortgage or loan
Overcrowding rate: Rural areas
Overcrowding rate: Single person
Overcrowding rate: Tenant, rent at market price
Overcrowding rate: Tenant, rent at reduced price or free
Overcrowding rate: Three or more adults
Overcrowding rate: Towns and suburbs
Overcrowding rate: Two adults
People at risk of income poverty after social transfers
People at risk of poverty after social transfer
People at risk of poverty after social transfers
People at risk of poverty or social exclusion
People at risk of poverty or social exclusion: 18 years or over
People at risk of poverty or social exclusion: 65 years or over
People at risk of poverty or social exclusion: Females
People at risk of poverty or social exclusion: From 12 to 17 years
People at risk of poverty or social exclusion: From 18 to 64 years
People at risk of poverty or social exclusion: From 6 to 11 years
People at risk of poverty or social exclusion: Less than 18 years
People at risk of poverty or social exclusion: Less than 6 years
People at risk of poverty or social exclusion: Males
People living in households with very low work intensity
People living in households with very low work intensity: Females
People living in households with very low work intensity: Males
Persistent At-risk-of-poverty rate: 65 years or over
Persistent At-risk-of-poverty rate: Females
Persistent At-risk-of-poverty rate: From 18 to 24 years
Persistent At-risk-of-poverty rate: Less than 18 years
Persistent At-risk-of-poverty rate: Males
Population having neither a bath, nor a shower, nor indoor flushing toilet in their household
Population having neither a bath, nor a shower, nor indoor flushing toilet in their household: Above 60% of median equivalised income
Population having neither a bath, nor a shower, nor indoor flushing toilet in their household: Below 60% of median equivalised income
Population living in a dwelling with a leaking roof, damp walls, floors or foundation or rot in window frames of floor
Population living in a dwelling with a leaking roof, damp walls, floors or foundation or rot in window frames of floor: Above 60% of median equivalised income
Population living in a dwelling with a leaking roof, damp walls, floors or foundation or rot in window frames of floor: Below 60% of median equivalised income
Relative median at-risk-of-poverty gap
Relative median at-risk-of-poverty risk gap: 16 years or over
Relative median at-risk-of-poverty risk gap: 18 years or over
Relative median at-risk-of-poverty risk gap: 65 years or over
Relative median at-risk-of-poverty risk gap: 75 years or over
Relative median at-risk-of-poverty risk gap: From 16 to 64 years
Relative median at-risk-of-poverty risk gap: Less than 16 years
Relative median at-risk-of-poverty risk gap: Less than 18 years
Relative median poverty risk gap
Relative median poverty risk gap of elderly people: 65 years or over
Relative median poverty risk gap of elderly people: 75 years or over
Relative median poverty risk gap: 65 years or over
Relative median poverty risk gap: From 18 to 64 years
Relative median poverty risk gap: Less than 18 years
Severe housing deprivation rate: Owner, with mortgage or loan
Severe housing deprivation rate: Tenant, rent at market price
Severe material deprivation rate
Severe material deprivation rate: Females
Severe material deprivation rate: Males
Severely materially deprived people
Severely materially deprived people: Severe material deprivation
France | EUROSTAT Indicators