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Table 7 Rural–urban mobility matrix

From: Changes in rural poverty in Perú 2004–2012

  ss rural Coast rural ss-urban Coast urban Total
For 0–25-year-olds in 2004
 ss rural 2,936,960 0 552,479 0 3,489,439
 Coast rural 0 391,906 259,753 51,221 702,880
 Sierra urban 0 0 3,128,370 0 3,128,370
 Coast urban 0 0 0 7,112,561 7,112,561
 Total 2,936,960 391,906 3,940,602 7,163,782 14,433,250
For 26–40-year-olds in 2004
 ss rural 979,103 0 9,925 0 989,028
 Coast rural 0 152,179 175,072 0 327,250
 Sierra urban 0 0 993,709 0 993,709
 Coast urban 0 0 379,015 3,217,444 3,596,459
 Total 979,103 152,179 1,557,720 3,217,444 5,906,446
For 41–60-year-olds in 2004
 ss rural 949,353 0 82,598 0 1,031,951
 Coast rural 0 125,038 102,855 0 227,893
 Sierra urban 0 0 1,036,687 0 1,036,687
 Coast urban 0 0 146,341 3,011,906 3,158,247
 Total 949,353 125,038 1,368,482 3,011,906 5,454,779
For +60-year-olds in 2004
 ss rural 436,574 0 71,692 0 508,266
 Coast rural   53,440 24,619 14,915 92,974
 Sierra urban 0 0 451,227 0 451,227
 Coast urban 0 0 0 1,095,551 1,095,551
 Total 436,574 53,440 547,538 1,110,466 2,148,018
National
 ss rural 5,301,990 0 716,694 0 6,018,684
 Coast rural 0 722,563 562,299 66,136 1,350,997
 Sierra urban 0 0 5,609,994 0 5,609,994
 Coast urban 0 0 525,356 14,437,462 14,962,818
 Total 5,301,990 722,563 7,414,343 14,503,598 27,942,493
  1. Source: author’s worksheet
  2. ss refers to Sierra-Selva region. Note also these are the survivors from 2004 in the survey of 2012. They are directly comparable to Table 8. Note also that the totals in each row are the 2004 population while the column totals show where this same population was in 2012