The Paper Journalist Han Shengjiang
Recently, the National Bureau of Statistics released statistics on the per capita disposable income and per capita consumption expenditure of residents in 31 provinces in 2020.
In 2020, the per capita disposable income of residents and the per capita consumption expenditure of residents in 31 provinces across the country are ranked, and the left and right tables are ranked from largest to smallest. Data source:National Bureau of Statistics
The reporter of The Paper (www.thepaper.cn) noticed that last year, a total of 11 provinces achieved positive growth in per capita consumption expenditure:Chongqing, Hunan, Shandong, Sichuan, Qinghai, Hebei, Jiangxi, Yunnan, Gansu, Guizhou, Tibet.
According to statistics, in terms of per capita disposable income of residents, the top ten provinces are Shanghai, Beijing, Zhejiang, Tianjin, Jiangsu, Guangdong, Fujian, Shandong, Liaoning and Inner Mongolia.
In terms of per capita consumption expenditure of residents, the top ten provinces are Shanghai, Beijing, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Tianjin, Jiangsu, Fujian, Chongqing, Hunan and Shandong.
Fang Xiaodan, director of the Household Survey Office of the National Bureau of Statistics, recently stated that in 2020, the national per capita disposable income of residents will be 32,189 yuan, a nominal increase of 4.7%over the previous year. After deducting the price factor, the national per capita disposable income increased by 2.1%in real terms, basically keeping pace with economic growth.
Comparing the statistical data by region, the per capita disposable income of residents in 9 provinces including Shanghai, Beijing, Zhejiang, Tianjin, Jiangsu, Guangdong, Fujian, Shandong, and Liaoning outperformed the national average.
In terms of growth rate, with the exception of Hubei, the per capita disposable income of residents in other provinces across the country maintained a positive nominal growth compared to the previous year, and the Tibet Autonomous Region had a nominal growth rate of 11.5%.
Fang Xiaodan said that the national per capita income in 2020 will double from 2010. After deducting price factors, from 2011 to 2020, the national average annual per capita disposable income of residents increased by 7.2%in real terms, and the cumulative real increase over the past ten years was 100.8%. That is, the national per capita disposable income of residents doubled from 2010.
In terms of consumer spending, Fang Xiaodan said that with the gradual restoration of economic and social order, the decline in household consumer spending has narrowed quarter by quarter, showing a continued recovery trend. In 2020, the national per capita consumption expenditure of residents was 21,210 yuan, a decrease of 1.6%over the previous year; after deducting price factors, the actual decrease was 4.0%.
According to regional statistics, the per capita consumption expenditure of 8 provinces including Shanghai, Beijing, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Tianjin, Jiangsu, Fujian and Chongqing is higher than the national average. 11 provinces, including Chongqing, Hunan, Shandong, Sichuan, Qinghai, Hebei, Jiangxi, Yunnan, Gansu, Guizhou, and Tibet, achieved positive year-on-year nominal growth, of which Yunnan had the highest growth rate of 6.41%.
The National Bureau of Statistics said that in 2020, basic people’s livelihood expenditures will continue to maintain a steady growth, and the per capita commodity consumption expenditure of residents will be 12,173 yuan, an increase of 4.3%. Affected by the increase in time at home, the national per capita expenditure on food, tobacco and alcohol and per capita living expenditure increased by 5.1%and 3.2%respectively.
Among them, per capita vegetable expenditure increased by 12.1%, per capita meat expenditure increased by 36.5%, per capita poultry expenditure increased by 17.2%, per capita egg expenditure increased by 10.5%; per capita expenditure on water, electricity and fuel increased by 4.1%.
In addition, under the conditions of normalized epidemic prevention and control, residents are paying more and more attention to health, and related consumption expenditures have grown rapidly. The national average per capita spending on medical alcohol, masks and other medical and health equipment has increased by 2.0 times, per capita The spending on fitness equipment increased by 5.2%, and the per capita spending on disinfection cupboards increased by 29.1%.
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