Charting Progress on Poverty Alleviation

This interactive visualizes progress on poverty alleviation globally and in the most populous developing countries. The concentric semi-circles indicate the proportion of a given population that lives at or under different poverty lines in 1990 (left) and 2018 (right). The three international poverty lines are set at $1.90 per day, $3.20 per day, and $5.50 per day (2011 PPP). Hover over circles to reveal details. Toggle between sorting by change in the percentage of people or the number of people in poverty.

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