National Poverty Rates (%)
Temporal Info: 
Annual
Units: 
Percent
Source: 
WDI 2012
Footnote: 

Development Data Group, The World Bank. 2012. 2010 World Development Indicators Online. Washington, DC: The World Bank. Available at: http://data.worldbank.org/

National poverty rates is the percentage of a country's population living below the established poverty line in each country. Data is gathered from country surveys conducted between 1987 and 2006, and is from the most recent survey year available, as shown below for each country.

Bangladesh (2005); Brazil (2009); Cambodia (2008); Chad (2003); China (2004); Colombia (2009); DR Congo (2005); El Salvador (2009); Ethiopia (2004); Guatemala (2006); Haiti (2001); Honduras (2010); India (2005); Indonesia (2010); Kenya (2005); Laos PDR (2008); Liberia (2008); Madagascar (2005); Malawi (2004); Mozambique (2008); Nicaragua (2005); Niger (2004); Nigeria (2004); Pakistan (2006); Peru (2009); Sierra Leone (2003); Tanzania (2007); Uganda (2009); Vietnam (2008)