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What percentage of Pakistan is upper class?

What percentage of Pakistan is upper class?

An unpublished study last year that measured living standards, from Pakistani market research firm Aftab Associates, found that 38% of the country is middle class, while a further 4% is upper class. That’s a combined 84 million people—roughly equivalent to the entire populations of Germany or Turkey.

What is the percentage of middle class in Pakistan?

Using the Pakistan Social and Living Measurement Survey (PSLM) 2007-OX, the magnitude of the middle class in the country, as represented by the “expanded middle class’, is estimated at around 35 percent of the total population.

What is the percentage of rich in Pakistan?

Wealth distribution in Pakistan is slightly varied, with the top 10% of the population earning 27.6% and the bottom 10% earning only 4.1% of the income. Pakistan generally has a low gini co-efficient and therefore a decent distribution of income (relatively lower inequality).

What is the percentage of lower class in Pakistan?

LAHORE: The middle class in Pakistan is hardly two percent of the total population while 97.6 percent is poor or low income class, recent report by PEW research centre said.

How big is the middle class in Pakistan?

Pakistan’s middle class consists of over 6.27 million people, according to Credit Suisse, a global financial services company. In its Global Wealth Report 2015 released on Oct 13, Credit Suisse said Pakistan has the 18th largest middle class worldwide.

Who are the top 10 Richest People in Pakistan?

Based on their net worth, we have recruited the top 10 richest people in Pakistan. Source of income: Flex-N-Gate, Jacksonville Jaguars, Fulham F.C, All Elite Wrestling. Shahid Khan is an American businessman born in Pakistan who is declared the richest man in Pakistan in 2019 with a net worth of $8.3 billion.

Which is the middle class in the world?

The study revealed that 14% of world adults constituted the middle class in 2015 and held 32% of world wealth. The share of middle-class adults in Pakistan’s total adult population of 111 million was 5.7% in 2015 as opposed to India’s 3% and Australia’s 66% in 2015.