Chile's Gini Coefficient

INDEX (0-100): 100 = HIGHER LEVELS OF EQUALITY


The Gini Index is a measure of how equal a country's distribution of income is. It is a score between 0 and 100. World Economics has inverted the source index data so that 0 represents very high inequality levels and 100 represents perfect equality. Perfect equality means a country's total income is shared equally among its residents, whereas perfect inequality means a country's total income is owned by a single individual.

Chile's Gini Coefficient Index is 55.1 and was most recently measured in 2020.

Chile's data is highlighted in the table below, use the filter and sort order options to allow easy comparison with other countries.

Data source: World Bank, Washington D.C.  United Nations University, Helsinki.  WID.world, Paris.  Calculations by World Economics, London.


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Slovak Republic 76.8
Slovenia 76.0
Belarus 75.6
Ukraine 74.4
Moldova 74.3
Czechia 74.2
Belgium 73.4
Denmark 73.0
Finland 72.5
Norway 72.4
Netherlands 72.2
Armenia 72.1
Hungary 71.7
Korea, Rep. 71.0
Sweden 70.9
Croatia 70.8
Iceland 70.3
Kyrgyzstan 70.3
Ireland 70.0
Austria 69.9
Estonia 69.2
Malta 68.8
Cyprus 68.5
Serbia 68.5
North Macedonia 68.2
Poland 68.2
France 68.1
Switzerland 68.1
Albania 67.8
Australia 67.4
United Kingdom 67.4
Greece 66.9
Portugal 66.3
Singapore 66.3
Taiwan 66.0
Luxembourg 65.9
Georgia 65.8
Bosnia and Herzegovina 65.7
New Zealand 65.4
Spain 65.3
Germany 65.2
Romania 65.2
Thailand 64.9
Italy 64.8
Latvia 64.8
Russia 64.5
Egypt 64.4
Lithuania 64.0
Vietnam 63.2
United Arab Emirates 63.1
Pakistan 62.8
Indonesia 62.1
Algeria 61.9
Azerbaijan 61.8
Dominican Republic 61.5
Gambia 61.2
El Salvador 61.0
Canada 60.3
Mali 59.8
Peru 59.8
Philippines 59.8
Malaysia 59.7
Bulgaria 59.5
Mauritania 59.5
United States 59.4
Uruguay 59.2
Bolivia 59.1
Afghanistan 59.0
Guinea 58.8
Kazakhstan 58.8
Tunisia 58.6
Nepal 58.5
Argentina 58.0
Bhutan 57.9
Tajikistan 57.8
Bangladesh 57.6
Nigeria 57.3
China 57.1
Mongolia 57.1
Myanmar 57.1
Paraguay 57.1
Liberia 56.8
Gabon 56.7
Laos 56.7
Libya 55.9
Japan 55.8
Oman 55.7
Chile 55.1
Türkiye 55.1
Sudan 55.0
Cambodia 54.6
Mexico 54.6
Ethiopia 54.5
Uzbekistan 54.5
Ecuador 54.2
Guinea-Bissau 53.7
Papua New Guinea 53.7
Chad 53.3
Benin 53.1
Sierra Leone 53.0
Mauritius 52.6
Israel 52.2
Senegal 52.2
Hong Kong 51.8
Burundi 51.6
Jordan 51.6
Malawi 51.6
Costa Rica 51.3
Cote d'Ivoire 51.3
Kenya 51.3
Congo, Dem. Rep 51.2
Ghana 51.1
Turkmenistan 51.1
Sri Lanka 51.0
Niger 50.8
Morocco 50.6
Lesotho 50.5
Comoros 49.7
Madagascar 49.2
Panama 49.1
Honduras 48.6
Tanzania 48.6
Colombia 48.5
Cameroon 47.9
Togo 47.9
Brazil 47.1
Kuwait 47.1
Bahamas, The 46.7
Guatemala 46.7
Guyana 46.7
Haiti 46.7
Jamaica 46.7
Nicaragua 46.7
Suriname 46.7
Qatar 46.2
Rwanda 46.1
Lebanon 45.8
Saudi Arabia 45.6
Zimbabwe 45.5
Uganda 45.5
Burkina Faso 45.2
Bahrain 44.3
Congo, Rep. 44.1
India 42.9
Yemen, Rep. 41.8
Botswana 40.7
Angola 38.9
Zambia 38.3
Namibia 35.8
Mozambique 35.4
Central African Republic 35.1
South Africa 34.6
Eswatini 33.3


Key:
Gini Coefficent numbers shown on a scale of 0-100.
         0 = Low levels of equality, 100 = High levels of equality.

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