Question: What is the poorest city in Indonesia?

Research and findings. Yogyakarta, about 500 kilometres from Indonesias capital Jakarta, is the poorest province on Java. Its poverty rate stands at 11.81 percent, higher the national figure.

Is there poverty in Indonesia?

Poverty Data: Indonesia In Indonesia, 9.8% of the population lived below the national poverty line in 2020. From 10.4% in 2013, the proportion of employed population below $1.90 purchasing power parity a day is 3.5% in 2019 in Indonesia.

What percentage of Indonesia is poor?

9.78 percent In 2020, about 9.78 percent of the Indonesian population lived below the poverty line, an increase from the previous year. This percentage slowly decreased from approximately 17.4 percent in 2003. The poverty line is the minimum amount of income needed for day to day necessities.

Is Indonesia poor in Java?

During the Suharto period the number of Indonesians that lived below the poverty line eased from over half of the total population to 11 percent .Poverty in Indonesia.ProvincePoor People (in millions)East Java4.78Central Java4.51West Java4.49North Sumatra1.511 more row•12 Jan 2017

What is the poorest major city?

With a poverty rate of 23.3% in 2019 — slightly higher than it was in 2000 — Philadelphia is saddled with the ignoble distinction of being the poorest big city in America.

Who is the poorest city in America?

Detroit, Michigan According to this data, Detroit, Michigan is the poorest city in the United States with a median income of $27,838. The poverty rate in Detroit is 37.9% and the unemployment rate is 19.8%, the highest of anywhere else in the nation and more than five times higher than the national unemployment rate.

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