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Personas en riesgo de pobreza y exclusión social

People at risk of poverty and social exclusion

The AROPE indicator of risk of poverty or social exclusion contains a multi-dimensional view of poverty or social exclusion by accounting for the population that finds itself in at least one of the following three situations: 1) below the poverty risk threshold; 2) suffering severe material deprivation; 3) with low work intensity in the household.

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