Income share held by the lowest 10 percent of the population

percent, 1981–2014

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    1981 Ranking
    1. Ethiopia 3.68
    2. Australia 2.78
    3. Canada 2.52
    4. Thailand 2.29
    5. Uruguay 1.89
    6. Venezuela 1.18
    7. Costa Rica 1.07
    8. Brazil 0.84
    2014 Ranking
    1. Ukraine 4.48
    2. Kyrgyzstan 4.37
    3. Moldova 4.20
    4. Belarus 3.92
    5. Tajikistan 3.71
    6. Burkina Faso 3.60
    7. Montenegro 3.55
    8. Armenia 3.52
    9. Poland 3.30
    10. Mongolia 3.30
    11. Niger 3.23
    12. Mauritania 2.98
    13. Vietnam 2.56
    14. El Salvador 2.19
    15. Georgia 2.05
    16. Mexico 1.93
    17. Uruguay 1.91
    18. Nicaragua 1.80
    19. Cameroon 1.73
    20. Ecuador 1.70
    21. Guatemala 1.64
    22. Argentina 1.62
    23. Peru 1.60
    24. Costa Rica 1.47
    25. Paraguay 1.31
    26. Brazil 1.18
    27. Honduras 1.15
    28. Colombia 1.10
    29. Panama 1.05
    30. Bolivia 1.01

    Percentage share of income or consumption is the share that accrues to subgroups of population indicated by deciles or quintiles.

    Source: World Bank Development Research Group