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The inhabitants of the northern half of Spain are richer than those in the southern zone. The highest average incomes reach almost 30,000 euros per year and the people who receive them live in different census sections of Barcelona, the Basque Country and Galicia; but there are also those who do not earn a year more than 3,000 euros on average. This is the case in some areas of Seville, Malaga or Almeria, but also in Lugo and Albacete.
The INE has revealed for the first time the average income per person and household by census sections, that is, the minimum administrative division, the level of maximum detail possible. The data correspond to the year 2016. Due to the statistical secret, the INE has not made public the data of those areas where less than one hundred people live. For the same reason it does not offer income data per person less than 2,897 euros or more than 29,364 euros.
Pozuelo de Alarcón Y Boadilla del Monte, both in the Community of Madrid, repeat as the cities with the highest average annual net income per inhabitant, with 25,957 and 19,702 euros, respectively, followed by another Madrid municipality, Las Rozas (19,340 euros per inhabitant). They follow Sant Cugat (Barcelona), with 19,151 euros, and Majadahonda (Madrid), with 18,624 euros per inhabitant.
On the contrary, the cities with the lowest per capita income in 2016 were Níjar, in Almería, with 6,253 euros; The palaces Y Villafranca, in Seville, with 6,550 euros; Alhaurin the Great (Málaga), with 6,629 euros; Vicar (Almería), with 6,634 euros, and Cristina Island (Huelva), with 6,823 euros.
But inequality is not only found between north and south, it also occurs in different neighborhoods of the same city, even between neighborhoods.
The neighborhoods with the highest average annual net income per inhabitant, with data from 2016, are mainly located in Madrid and Barcelona. The Viso and Recoletos, in Madrid, lead the classification, with 42,819 and 40,681 euros, respectively, followed by Castellana and Piovera, also in Madrid, with just over 35,000 euros. The top five is completed by the Barcelona neighborhood of Pedralbes (33,417 euros). On the other hand, the neighborhoods with the lowest average per capita income belong mainly to Seville and Cordoba.
Within the city of Madrid, there are also big differences, even just across a street. This is the case in the district of Tetouan. Bravo Murillo Street acts as an invisible barrier that divides sections of less than 10,000 euros per person for rent, on the west bank, with others of about 30,000 euros per person on the east bank, towards Paseo de la Castellana.
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