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Republic of the Philippines

NATIONAL STATISTICS OFFICE


National Capital Region Number: 2011-005

SPECIAL RELEASE
2009 FAMILY INCOME AND EXPENDITURE SURVEY
Final Results: National Capital Region
Introduction

The final data set provides updates to the 2009 Special Release on income and expenditure statistics for the National Capital Region and the Philippines. The sources of updates are from the final results of the 2009 Family Income and Expenditure Survey. The number of households/families for the 2009 FIES was estimated using the 2000 Census of Population and Housing (CPH)-based population projections and information from the 2000 CPH on the average household size by province.

Table 1. Number of Families, Total and Average Annual Family Income and Expenditure Philippines and NCR: 2009
Philippines 18,452 3,804,325 206 3,239,186 176 NCR 2,461 876,564 356 760,363 309

Number of Families (in thousands) Income Total (in million PhP) Average (in thousand PhP) Expenditure Total (in million PhP) Average (in thousand PhP)
Source: Income and Employment Statistics Division, NSO

Figure 1 compares the average income, average expenditure and average savings of the families in NCR during year 2009 and 2006.

Figure 1 Average Annual Income, Average Annual Expenditure and Average Annual Savings, NCR: 2009 and 2006 (in ChartTitle thousand PhP)

400 356 350


Valuesinthousand PhP

311

309 258

300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Average Income Average Expenditure Average Savings 47 53

2009 2009

2006 2006

Source: Income and Employment Statistics Division, NSO

1. The final results show that the total income of families in NCR for the year 2009 was recorded at PhP876 billion, comprising 23.0 percent of the total income for the country at PhP3,804 billion. 2. The total expenditure of families in NCR for 2009 reached PhP760 billion, representing 23.5 percent of the total expenditure for the Philippines which was estimated at PhP3,239 billion. 3. Average income for families in NCR in 2009 reached PhP356 thousand while average expenditure reached PhP309 thousand. Average savings for NCR was estimated at PhP47 thousand.

Table 2. Total and Average Annual Family Income and Expenditure by Family Size, Philippines and NCR: 2009
Income (in million PhP) Philippines One person Two persons Three persons Four persons Five persons Six persons Seven Persons or more National Capital Region One person Two persons Three persons Four persons Five persons Six persons Seven Persons or more 3,804,325 79,895 252,186 518,825 725,615 760,995 574,876 891,933 876,564 28,586 59,410 123,113 176,313 178,978 128,113 182,051 Average (in thousand PhP) 206 105 148 192 208 219 222 238 356 224 267 315 362 384 389 417 Expenditure (in million PhP) 3,239,186 67,483 207,571 422,820 621,657 652,223 497,320 770,112 760,363 24,859 50,537 105,078 154,172 155,122 111,250 159,346 Average (in thousand PhP) 176 89 122 157 179 188 192 206 309 195 227 269 317 333 338 365

Source: Income and Employment Statistics Division, NSO

Figure 2 presents the average annual family income and expenditure by family size in NCR during the year 2009.

Figure 2 Average Annual Income, Average Expenditure and Average Savings by Family Size in NCR: 2009 ChartTitle

450 400
Values in thousand PhP
384 362 315 267 224 195 227 269 317 333 338 389

417 365

350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 1 2


29 40

Income Expenditure Series3 Series5 Savings


Series6

46

45

51

51

52

4 Number of Persons Number of Persons

7 or more

Source: Income and Employment Statistics Division, NSO

4. The final results revealed that families with seven or more members had the highest average annual income with PhP417 thousand, while those families with only one member had the lowest average annual income with only PhP224 thousand. 5. Families with seven or more members also had the highest average annual expenditure with PhP365 thousand per year. While families with only one member had only PhP195 thousand in terms of yearly expenses. 6. Families in NCR with seven or more members had the highest average annual savings, estimated at PhP52 thousand, while families with only one member had the lowest with only PhP29 thousand . Table 3. Total Annual Family Income and Expenditure and Percent Distribution by Income Decile, Philippines and NCR: 2009 (Values in million PhP)
Income Decile Income Amount Percent 3,804,325 74,962 117,881 150,269 184,473 225,491 277,145 348,712 450,854 630,574 1,343,964 876,564 23,489 34,163 41,376 49,038 57,238 67,642 82,055 101,871 136,690 283,002 33,099 111,076 100.0 2.0 3.1 3.9 4.8 5.9 7.3 9.2 11.9 16.6 35.3 100.0 2.7 3.9 4.7 5.6 6.5 7.7 9.4 11.6 15.6 32.3 Expenditure Amount Percent 3,239,186 79,908 121,855 150,370 179,709 215,012 257,097 316,214 399,337 532,072 987,612 760,363 23,529 33,309 39,572 46001 53562 62,001 73,936 90,413 115,347 222,693 32,137 94,850 100.0 2.5 3.8 4.6 5.5 6.6 7.9 9.8 12.3 16.4 30.5 100.0 3.1 4.4 5.2 6.0 7.0 8.2 9.7 11.9 15.2 29.3

Philippines First Decile Second Decile Third Decile Fourth Decile Fifth Decile Sixth Decile Seventh Decile Eight Decile Ninth Decile Tenth Decile National Capital Region First Decile Second Decile Third Decile Fourth Decile Fifth Decile Sixth Decile Seventh Decile Eight Decile Ninth Decile Tenth Decile Bottom 30 Upper 70

Source: Income and Employment Statistics Division, NSO

Figure 3 shows the total annual family income and expenditure and percent distribution by income decile in NCR during the year 2009.

Figure 3 Total Annual Family Income and Expenditure and Percent Distribution by Income Decile, NCR: 2009 ChartTitle

35.0 30.0 25.0

32.3 29.3

Total Income: PhP877 billion


15.6 9.7 11.6 11.9

Percentage

20.0 15.0 10.0 5.0 0.0 First Decile Second Decile Third Decile Fourth Decile Fifth Decile Sixth Decile Seventh Decile Eight Decile 3.1 2.7 4.4 3.9 6.0 5.6 7.0 6.5 8.2 7.7 9.4

15.2

Total Expenditure: PhP760 billion

5.2 4.7

Ninth Decile

Tenth Decile

Income Decile

Source: Income and Employment Statistics Division, NSO

7. The survey results revealed that poor families belonging to bottom 30 percent in NCR spent, on the average, PhP32 thousand annually. While families in the upper 70 percent income group spent, on the average, PhP95 thousand a year. 8. Families in the bottom 30 had an average annual income of only PhP33 thousand while the upper 70 had an average annual income of PhP111 thousand. 9. The average annual savings for families belonging to bottom 30 percent in NCR was estimated at PhP1,000 while for families belonging to upper 70 percent was PhP16,000. Table 4. Distribution of Families by Income Class (PhP) and Main Source of Income, Philippines and NCR: 2009
Main Source of Income Philippines (Number of Families) Percent Wage/Salaries Enterpreneurial Activities Other sources of income National Capital Region (Number of Families) Percent Wage/Salaries Enterpreneurial Activities Other sources of income All Income 18,452 100.0 47.4 27.9 24.7 2,461 100.0 64.1 13.0 22.9 under 40,000 759 100.0 20.5 35.8 43.7 4 100.0 27.2 28.5 44.2 40,00059,999 1,605 100.0 35.1 37.3 27.6 19 100.0 29.2 10.8 60.0 60,00099,999 4,107 100.0 41.5 39 19.5 101 100.0 45.2 20.7 34.1 100,000249,999 7,571 100.0 51.9 26.5 21.6 1,099 100.0 68.7 14.2 17.1 250,000 and over 4,409 100.0 54.2 15.2 30.6 1,239 100.0 62.1 11.3 26.6

Source: Income and Employment Statistics Division, NSO

Figure 4 presents the comparative distribution of families by main source of income in NCR during the year 2009.
Figure 4 Percentage Distribution of Families by Main Source of Income, Philippines and NCR: 2009 Figure 4 Percentage Distribution of Families by Main Source of Income, Philippines and NCR: 2009

come Other sources of income 24.7%

Other sources of income 22.9% ncome Number of families 18.5 thousand Wages/Salaries 64.1%

Wages/Salaries 47.4%

Number of families 2.5 thousand

Entrepreneurial Activities Activities 27.9%

Entrepreneurial Activities 13.0%

Philippines Philippines
Source: Income and Employment Statistics Division, NSO

NCR

10. The final results show that 64.1 percent of the families in NCR obtained their income from wages and salaries compared to only 47.4 percent for the entire country. 11. In terms of income class, about two-thirds of families in NCR with average annual income of over PhP100 thousand obtained their income from wages and salaries. A big proportion of families whose income class was below PhP60 thousand obtained their income from entrepreneurial activities and other sources.

Table 5. Total Annual Expenditure by Expenditure Group and Income Class (PhP), Philippines and NCR: 2009
under 40,000 25,026 40,00059,999 86,158 60,00099,999 328,288 100,000249,999 1,112,161 250,000 and over 1,687,553

All Income Philippines Total Family Expenditure (in million PhP) NCR Total Family Expenditure (in million PhP) Percent to Total Expenditure Food Expenditure Alcoholic beverages Tobacco Fuel, light and water Transport and Comm. Household operation Personal care and effects Clothing Footwear and other wear Educational fees Recreation Medical Care Non-durable furnishings Durable furnitures and equipment Taxes House rental value House Maintenance and repairs Special Family occasion expenditure Gifts and contributions expenditure Other expenditure
Source: Income and Employment Statistics Division, NSO

3,239,186

760,363 100.0 36.2 0.5 0.5 8.0 9.0 2.7 3.6 2.1 4.2 0.5 1.9 0.2 2.2 3.8 18.5 0.3 1.7 1.8 2.3

125 100.0 51.7 1.7 1.1 8.8 1.8 1.0 3.5 1.1 0.0 0.0 0.4 0.0 0.4 0.0 27.7 0.0 0.4 0.3 0.2

988 100.0 53.1 0.4 0.9 9.6 3.3 1.2 3.5 1.5 0.0 0.1 1.4 0.1 0.2 0.0 23.4 0.0 0.6 0.3 0.4

8,706 100.0 51.3 0.9 1.2 9.9 3.7 1.8 4.6 2.0 0.4 0.2 1.7 0.1 0.3 0.1 19.1 0.3 1.1 1.3 0.3

184,131 100.0 47.7 0.8 0.9 9.0 6.7 1.4 4.3 2.1 1.7 0.3 1.5 0.1 1.5 0.9 16.3 0.2 1.4 1.7 1.4

566,413 100.0 32.1 0.4 0.4 7.7 9.8 3.1 3.4 2.1 5.1 0.6 2.0 0.2 2.5 4.8 19.3 0.3 1.9 1.9 2.6

Figures 5 present the comparative percentage of annual expenditure by expenditure group in the Philippines and NCR during the year 2009.

Figure 5 Comparative Percentage of Annual Expenditure by Expenditure Group, Philippines and NCR: 2009

All other major expenditure 23.5%


major ures

Food, Alcoholic beverages & Tobacco 44.1% All other major ures expenditure 22.8%
major

Food, Alcoholic beverages & Tobacco 37.2%

Education on 4.3% Fuel, light & water ater 7.1%

PhP3,239 billion

Education on 4.2%
ater Fuel, light & water 8.0%

PhP760 billion

Transport & Comm. rt & Comm. % 7.7%

House rent, maintenance & repairs 13.4%

Transportrt& Comm. & Comm. % 9.0%

House rent, maintenance & repairs 18.8%

Philippines
Source: Income and Employment Statistics Division, NSO

NCR

12. The final results revealed that families in NCR spent more on food, which consisted 37.2 percent of their total expenditure. This was followed by payment on house rent which was 18.8 percent and transport and communication expenditure with 9.0 percent of the total expenditure. 13. Families whose average annual income ranged from PhP40 thousand to less than PhP60 thousand had the highest proportion of food expenditure at 53.1 percent. Families with average annual income of over PhP250 thousand had the lowest proportion of food expenditure at 32.1 percent.

Source: National Statistics Office Manila, Philippines Page last revised: April 19, 2011