"Table 2: 90th percentile divided by the 10th percentile inequality ratios for the ABIS, ETB and HBAI estimates"
"By region, England and Wales, tax year ending 2016"
Region,"ABIS 90th
percentile divided by
10th percentile
Income Inequality
Ratio","ETB 90th
percentile divided by
10th percentile
Income Inequality
Ratio","HBAI 90th
percentile divided by
10th percentile
Income Inequality
Ratio"
England and Wales,5.19,5.73,5.44
England,5.25,5.76,5.45
North East,4.35,4.24,4.14
North West,4.67,5.05,4.81
Yorkshire and The Humber,4.65,5.09,4.85
East Midlands,4.58,4.89,4.86
West Midlands,4.66,5.28,4.82
East,5.47,5.42,5.88
London,7.05,8.35,7.03
South,5.98,6.93,6.11
South West,4.84,5.32,4.93
Wales,4.37,5.09,4.84
Source: ,Office for National Statistics
Notes
1,ABIS refers to admin-based income statistics.
2,ETB refers to effects of taxes and benefits estimates and HBAI refers to households below average income.
3,"These are not regional inequality statistics but are comparisons in the inequality rankings between ABIS, ETB and HBAI when examining a particular income concept corresponding to the current ABIS definition."
4,"ETB and HBAI figures are based on a three-year average of tax years ending 2015, 2016 and 2017."