A minimum income standard for rural households
reportposted on 09.04.2015, 10:57 by Noel Smith, Abigail Davis, Donald Hirsch
This study extends the MIS UK research to consider what rural households need to afford the same standard of living as their urban counterparts. It examines: what different rural households need to meet the minimum income standard in comparison with urban households; how meeting needs in key areas of expenditure, such as transport and fuel, differs significantly in different types of location; and how much income people in rural areas therefore require in order to afford a minimum socially acceptable standard of living.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Commission for Rural Communities
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