Fewer Colombians consider themselves poor at the end of 2022

Fewer Colombians consider themselves poor at the end of 2022

The percentage of Colombians who consider themselves poor went from 47.2% in October to 43.3% in the most recent Social Pulse Survey prepared by Dane in November, which measures the perception of people on several fronts.

(Colombians spend most of their time working and doing household chores).

In the inequality and poverty section, the perception in the national total decreased and was the lowest so far this semester.

In addition, the Colombians surveyed consider that they allocate 28.5% of their income to pay taxes, the highest figure of the results between June and November.

The Social Pulse Survey seeks to produce information related to consumer confidence; subjective well-being; household support networks; well-being of homes that have children and adolescents; and the knowledge and access to national and local policies to support households in order to make decisions on public policies and to know the perception of Colombians about their economy and other aspects.

(Colombians are pessimistic about the economy of the country and their homes).

For this survey, 23 departmental capital cities and metropolitan areas were measured: Barranquilla, Cartagena, Sincelejo, Valledupar, Santa Marta, Riohacha, Bogotá, Tunja, Villavicencio, Neiva, Florencia, Bucaramanga, Cúcuta, Cali, Pasto, Popayán, Manizales, Ibagué, Pereira, Armenia, Medellín, Montería, and Quibdó.


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