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Table 8 Rural–urban poverty mobility matrix

From: Changes in rural poverty in Perú 2004–2012

Poverty mobility matrix by rural–urban
  Rural poor Rural non-poor Urban poor Urban np Total
0–25
 Rural poor 1,802,798 1,051,787 150,000 713,453 3,718,038
 Rural non-poor 0 474,281 0 0 474,281
 Urban poor 0 0 1,789,064 3,790,907 5,579,971
 Urban np 0 0 0 4,660,961 4,660,961
 Total 1,802,798 1,526,068 1,939,064 9,165,321 14,433,250
26–40
 Rural poor 590,092 314,726 40,000 144,997 1,089,815
 Rural non-poor 0 226,463 0 0 226,463
 Urban poor 0 0 744,290 1,363,400 2,107,690
 Urban np 0 0 0 2,482,478 2,482,478
 Total 590,092 541,189 784,290 3,990,875 5,906,446
41–60
 Rural poor 483,834 349,922 22,000 163,453 1,019,209
 Rural non-poor 0 240,636 0 0 240,636
 Urban poor 0   500,754 1,131,524 1,632,278
 Urban np 0    2,562,656 2,562,656
 Total 483,834 590,557 522,754 3,857,633 5,454,779
 ≥61
 Rural poor 262,353 105,554 18,000 93,226 479,133
 Rural non-poor 0 122,107 0 0 122,107
 Urban poor 0   241,532 307,702 549,233
 Urban np 0   0 997,545 997,545
 Total 262,353 227,661 259,532 1,398,472 2,148,018
National
 Rural poor 3,139,077 1,821,989 230,000 1,115,129 6,306,195
 Rural non-poor 0 1,063,486 0 0 1,063,486
 Urban poor 0 0 3,275,640 6,593,532 9,869,172
 Urban np 0 0 0 10,703,640 10,703,640
 Total 3,139,077 2,885,475 3,505,640 18,412,301 27,942,493
  1. Source: author worksheets. Italicized numbers are observed in the surveys. Note that these are the survivors from 2004 in the survey of 2012. They are directly comparable to Table 6. The totals in each row are the 2004 population while the column totals show where this same population was in 2012