INE’s Household Income Distribution Atlas (ADRH) shows how one of the areas with the lowest average income per household in Ciudad Real in 2019 was the one that includes Guadalajara, Orense, Pontevedra, La Coruña, Lugo and Julio Melgar, as well as part of Ronda del Carmen and Pedrera Baja and Pedrera Alta streets, where the rent was 22,362 euros. On the contrary, one of the areas of the capital of La Mancha that includes some of the households with the highest average income is that of Calle de los Sauces, Calle de las Acacias, Calle de las Encinas, Calle de los Robles, Madroños , Calle de los Quejigos, de los Alisos, de las Sabinas, calle de los Pinos, de los Olmos and Ronda del Parque, with an average of 51,029 euros
The houses of District 4 from the capital city of Ciudad Real (which includes Calle de la Mata, Carretera de Carrión, Ronda de la Mata, Paseo de la Universidad, Paseo de Carlos Eraña, Avenida de Valdepeñas, Avenida de Europa and part of Ronda de Calatrava, among other areas) have an average net income of 35,793 euros, while that of households in District 3 from the capital of La Mancha (Cardenal Lorenzana, Ronda de Toledo, Carretera de la Atalaya, Avenida Juan Sebastián El Cano, Calle Altagracia, Calatrava, Camilo José Cela, etc.) amounts to 31,224 euros.
This is the most pronounced difference in the data published by the National Institute of Statistics (INE), which created a Atlas of household income distribution (HRDA), with tax data, mainly from the Tax Agency (AEAT), and which have been collected by Lanza, compiling the latest published data, corresponding to 2019.
The same atlas indicates that the houses of District 2 in Ciudad Real (Ronda del Carmen, Toledo Street, Ronda de Alarcos, Ronda de Santa María, Carretera de Porzuna, Camino de la Guija, Camino Viejo de Alarcos, Avenida Descubiertas de América, Carretera de Piedrabuena, etc.) had in 2019 a average net income of 32,793 euros, while in households in the District 1 (which includes Avenida del Ferrocarril, the entire area of the Larache Industrial Zone, Alarcos Street, Avenida del Rey Santo, La Ronda de Ciruela, Fuensanta Highway and Avenida de las Lagunas de Ruidera, between others) the average net rent was 35,790 euros.
As it concerns District 5which includes Las Casas and Valverde, the average net household income of these two neighborhoods in 2019 was 31,890 euros.
If the data regarding the net income per person during the year 2019 is analyzed, in the District 1 of Ciudad Real went to 14,251 euros, while in the District 2 he was from 12,725 euros; 12,492 euros (District 3); 14,053 euros (District 4); Yes 11,747 net euros per person in District 5.
Make a more detailed analysis of the most representative streets and neighborhoods of Ciudad Real, and given the impossibility of mentioning them all, the Atlas of household income distribution (HRDA) reveals how one of the areas with the lowest average income per household in 2019 was the one that includes Guadalajara, Orense, Pontevedra, La Coruña, Lugo, Julio Melgar streets, as well as parts of Ronda del Carmen and the Pedrera Baja and Pedrera Alta streets, where the average income per household was 22,362 euros.
In the area that includes the streets of Puerto Rico, Mexico, Venezuela, Cuba, Brazil, Argentina, the fairgrounds and part of the Camino Viejo de Alarcos, the average income per household was the order of 22,949 euros.
In the streets Pérez de Ayala, García de Loaysa and in part of the streets Esperanza, Pedrera Baja, Pedrera Alta and del Espino, the average income per household was 27,424 euros.
On the contrary, one of the areas of the capital of La Mancha with some of the households with the highest average income is that which includes Calle de los Sauces, Calle de las Acacias, Calle de las Encinas, Calle de los Robles, Madroños , Calle de los Quejigos, Calle de los Alisos, Calle de las Sabinas, Calle de los Pinos, Calle de los Olmos and Ronda del Parque, with an average of 51,029 euros.
Another of the areas with a higher average income per household is that of Lentisco, Arándano, Enebro, Mirto, Retama, Castillo de Caracuel, Mejorana, Tomillo, urbanization Los Girasoles and Avenida Descurios de América. , where the rent in 2019 increased to 47,968 euros.
The average income per household was also high in other areas of Ciudad Real, such as Palma, Infante de la Cerda streets, Paseo Pablo Picasso, Pasaje San Vicente Ferrer, Pasaje Lanzarote and part of Pozo Concejo and Mata, with 46,552 euros. On the other hand, in the avenues Hidalgos, Cierva, Torreón del Alcázar and in part of the streets Mata y Pozo Concejo, which reached 45,729 euros.
In 44,902 euros was the average income per household in 2019 in the streets Gutenberg, Italy, Great Britain, Holland, Portugal, Finland, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, Lumière Brothers, Louis Pasteur, Edison, Marie Curie, Avenue Isaac Peral, Avenue de l ‘Europe and part of the street in Germany.
Some other areas of the capital of Ciudad Real had the following average income per household:
29,944 euros (Avenida del Rey Santo, Belchite, Brunete, Ramírez de Arellano and part of Ronda Ciruela, calle Tinte y Ciruela).
30,821 euros (Malagón street, Eras del Cerrillo, Campo de Criptana, Herencia, Villarrubia de los Ojos, La Solana, Pedro Muñoz, Socuéllamos, Avenida del Ferrocarril and part of Tomelloso street).
32,183 euros (Calle Lirio, Sancho Panza, Quevedo, de las Delicias).
34,388 euros (Pozo Dulce, Simancas, Santa María de la Cabeza and part of Tinte and Ciruela streets).
35,282 euros (Palma Street, General Rey and Madrilas).
36,501 euros (Alarcos street, Plaza del Pilar, Pasaje Gutiérrez Ortega and part of Tinte street).
37,189 euros (General Espartero street, Argamasilla de Alba, Torrenueva, Rafael Torija, Puerto Lápice, Avenida de los Reyes Católicos and the area of the General University Hospital of Ciudad Real).
38,343 euros (Paseo del Prado, Calle Caballeros, Camarín, Prado, Rosa and Plazuela de los Mercedarios).
38,808 euros (Diego de Almagro, Bernardo Balbuena, Olivo and Santo Tomás de Villanueva).
38,995 euros (Plaza de Cervantes, Calle Juan II, Alarcos, Bernardo Mulleras and Avenida Alfonso El Sabio).
Already exceeding 40,000 euros in the average income per household in Ciudad Real, they are with 40,422 euros Hernán Pérez del Pulgar, Juan Caba, Maternidad, Ciruela, Montesa and San Francisco streets.
Until the 40,937 The average household income in Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, France, Austria, Greece, Belgium, the Baltic States and part of Germany arrived in euros); while in the houses of the streets of Barcelona, Ceuta, Melilla, Badajoz, Burgos, Ávila and Almería it reached 43,897 euros.