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The 20% of the population on this map are considered to be of average income deprivation in rural England.

This map shows that the average income areas of the rural economy are generally evenly spread throughout England.
But when compared to the previous two maps, it suggests that pockets of extreme deprivation and disadvantage exist next to average earning areas. Households in the areas marked on this map can have incomes between 21,000 - 25,000.