Anonymous household income poll


#1

Following the couple of threads about surviving on food and Nestor’s brutal salary capping, am interested in seeing DiS’s annual household income. Possibly then following up with a poll of average number of people in the household.

  • £1-£10000
  • £10,001-£20,000
  • £20,001-£30,000
  • £30,001-£40,000
  • £40,001-£50,000
  • £50,001-£60,000
  • £60,001-£70,000
  • £70,001-£80,000
  • £80,001-£90,000
  • £90,001-£100,000
  • £100,001-£110,000
  • £110,001-£120,000
  • £120,001-£130,000
  • £130,001-£140,000
  • £140,001-£150,000
  • £150,000+

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#2

For comparison btw: The average household income in the UK is 25.5k, and the average number of people is 2.5.


#3

Nett or gross?


#4

Sorry good point. GROSS


#5

loads of fucking money, mate. of course it’s all in london money which isn’t accepted anywhere else.


#6

What’s the difference again?


#7

Gross is before tax, nett is after.


#8

Number of people you’re counting as ‘your’ household.

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6+

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#9

We including bonuses in this? Because I’ll need to jump up a bracket if so.


#10

Yes


#11

Also people like @Songs_about_ducking need to include their freelance


#12

that seems quite low? that’s less than the average wage - so how does that work?


#14

oh yes - that makes sense


#15

Wages and salary are not the same as income.

Income will include stuff like pensions and benefits to those out of work, which will be lower than the average salary.


#16

STILL SEEMS A BIT LOW TO ME


#17

Yes. This is why a lot of people are fucked you see


#18

Well then stop voting tory.


#19

:grinning:


#20

Blimey thanks you lot this is a pretty good sample size already. Sean’s forthcoming advertisers will be thankful for this data!


#21

@1101010 would it be possible to change mine to £150,000+ if we’re taking into account freelancing?

Cheers, bud.