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Table 7 Respondent’s income (Rincome) variables

From: Uncovering the impact of intergenerational income mobility on interpersonal trust

Rincome R i n c o m e 1≈ US Census R i n c o m e 2(Cat 1,2 & 3 ≠ US Census) R i n c o m e 3% Fincome
= 1 “Far Below Average” 29.46 % R i n c o m e≤24999 6.8 % R i n c o m e≤5999 5.48 %≈6.72 %
= 2 “Below Average” 34.11 % 25000>R i n c o m e≤49999 22.66 % 6000>R i n c o m e≤24999 20.5 %≈21.33 %
= 3 “Average” 18.26 % 50000>R i n c o m e≤74999 52.37 % 25000>R i n c o m e≤74999 46.89 %≈48.71 %
= 4 “Above Average” 11.29 % 75000>R i n c o m e≤109999 11.29 % 75000>R i n c o m e≤109999 24.48 %≈22.41 %
= 5 “Far Above Average” 6.89 % 110000>R i n c o m e 6.89 % 110000>R i n c o m e 2.66 %≈0.83 %
  1. Cat 1,2 & 3 refer to the shares of respondents falling in categories “Far Below Average”, “Below Average” & “Average”