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“Poorest Neighborhoods in Tenerife: San Matías, Los Andenes, and Las Chumberas Ranked Fourth in Spain by Postal Code”

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What are the poorest neighborhoods in Tenerife?Maria Pisaca

The Tax Agency has published the personal income tax statistics by postal codes for 2020, which includes the Declarations of the neighborhoods of the large Spanish municipalities -those with more than 200,000 inhabitants, more than 100,000 declarations filed or an aggregate gross income of more than 2,200 million euros-.

Among the outstanding areas of the entire national territory is a postal district in the Canary Islands: three neighborhoods that register an average of 16,589 euros of rent and that place the Islands among the regions with the most impoverished areas.

Specifically, these are the neighborhoods of San Matías (Santa Cruz de Tenerife), Los Andenes and Las Chumberas (San Cristóbal de La Laguna), which rank fourth as the poorest areas in the country by postal code.

At a global level, La Moraleja (Alcobendas, Madrid) remained in 2020 as the area with the highest income in Spain, while Torreblanca (Seville) ranked as the area with the lowest income, ahead of Carrús (Elche) which until 2019 was listed in the Tax Agency as the lower income neighborhood.

The year of the pandemic took its toll on all IRPF taxpayers, since in the La Moraleja neighborhood the average gross income per taxpayer fell from 254,400 euros to 181,990 euros.

In this context, the Ciudad Vieja-Centro (A Coruña) postal code is surprising, where the average gross income almost tripled in 2020, going from 39,552 euros to 113,461 euros, with an increase of only 181 personal income tax filerssince the total number of taxpayers in this area went from 4,908 in 2019 to 5,089 in 2020.

In this way, the center of A Coruña stood in 2020 as the second neighborhood with the highest declared income, when a year earlier it was in the middle part of the table.

Behind were the Salamanca-Goya neighborhood (Madrid) with an average gross income of 96,454 euros, followed by Vallvidrera-Tibidabo i Les Planes (Barcelona) with 95,299 euros and Somosaguas-Humera (Madrid) with 93,063 euros.

At the lowest income end, the Torreblanca neighborhood (Seville) ranked first with an average gross of 11,247 euros, followed by Carrús-Plaza de Barcelona (Elche) with 15,386 euros, Nou Alacant (Alicante) with 16,713 euros, San Matías-Los Andenes-Las Chumberas (Santa Cruz de Tenerife) with 16,859 euros and Garrapilos (Jerez de la Frontera) with 17,376 euros.

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