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The loss in income due to inequality is the difference between two averages – the arithmetic mean which does not account for inequality and the geometric mean which does. The loss, expressed as a percentage, is the relative difference between the two. Source: Calculated based on data in column 9 and the unadjusted income index. Data in the tables are those available to the Human Development Report Office as of 15 October 2012, unless otherwise specified.

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Source: Calculated based on data in column 9 and the unadjusted income index.
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3. Based on the 2010 Current Population Survey (from the Luxembourg Income Study database). In the 2011 Human Development Report income inequality was based on the 2005 American Community Survey (from the World Bank’s International Income Distribution Database). The two sources seem to be inconsistent.
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