State-owned Xiaoxiang Financial Media, January 20, Changsha (Reporter Huang Min) Recently, the Hunan Survey Team of the National Bureau of Statistics released the data of the Hunan People’s Livelihood Survey in 2020. The income growth rate of residents in our province is higher than that of the whole country.

In 2020, the per capita disposable income of residents in the province will be 29,380 yuan, an increase of 6.1%over the previous year and 1.4 percentage points higher than the national average. The four major categories of income have been simultaneously exerted, and all have increased to varying degrees. Among them, wage income was 14,665 yuan, an increase of 5.4%over the previous year; net operating income was 6,034 yuan, an increase of 7.6%; net property income was 2,226 Yuan, an increase of 6.6%; transfer net income was 6,455 Yuan, an increase of 6.5%. Net operating income grew rapidly.

According to permanent residence, the per capita disposable income of urban residents was 41,698 yuan, an increase of 4.7%over the previous year; the per capita disposable income of rural residents was 16,585 yuan, an increase of 7.7%, 3.0 percentage points higher than that of urban residents. The income gap between urban and rural residents continued to narrow, with a per capita income ratio of 2.51, which was 0.08 smaller than the previous year.

By region, the per capita disposable income of residents in Changsha, Zhuzhou and Xiangtan (Changsha, Zhuzhou, Xiangtan) is RMB 45,273 , An increase of 5.6%; Dongting Lake area (Yueyang, Changde, Yiyang) 26,695 yuan, an increase of 6.3%; Xiangnan area (Hengyang, Chenzhou, Yongzhou) 27,171 yuan, an increase of 6.2%; Greater Xiangxi area (Shaoyang, Huaihua, Zhangjiajie, Loudi, Xiangxi) 20,323 yuan, an increase of 6.6%. The per capita disposable income of residents in Western Hunan has grown rapidly.

The income of residents in poor areas has increased faster. The per capita disposable income of rural residents in 51 poverty alleviation counties in the province was 12,406 yuan, an increase of 9.4%, which was 1.7 percentage points higher than the average growth rate of rural residents’ income in the province.

Editor in charge | Deng Yajing

Executive editor | Bai Ye

Editor-in-Chief | Xie Gongmei