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Ranked lists of Spanish autonomous communities

GeographyEdit

Autonomous community Population (2018)[1] Area (km²) Density (Pop. km²) Coastline length (km)
  Andalusia 8,384,408 87,268 96 945
  Aragon 1,308,728 47,719 27 0
  Asturias 1,028,244 10,604 97 401
  Balearic Islands 1,128,908 4,992 226 1,428
  Basque Country 2,199,088 7,234 304 246
  Canary Islands 2,127,685 7,447 286 1,583
  Cantabria 580,229 5,321 109 284
  Castile and León 2,409,164 94,223 26 0
  Castile-La Mancha 2,026,808 79,463 26 0
  Catalonia 7,600,065 32,114 237 699
  Ceuta (City) 85,144 18.5 4,602 26
  Extremadura 1,072,863 41,634 26 0
  Galicia 2,701,743 29,574 91 1,498
  La Rioja 315,675 5,045 63 0
  Madrid 6,578,079 8,028 819 0
  Melilla (City) 86,384 12.3 7,023 12
  Murcia 1,478,509 11,313 131 274
  Navarre 647,554 10,391 62 0
  Valencian Community 4,963,703 23,255 213 518
    Spain 46,722,980 505,992 92 7,914

Median IncomeEdit

The following table shows the difference in median income for each of the 17 autonomous communities of Spain. The data was provided by Adecco and the INE. The wealthiest Spaniards are from the Basque Country, with a median income of €27,174. The poorest Spaniards reside in Extremadura, where median income is €18,662. The data was for 2016.

# Autonomous community Median income[2] (€)
1 Basque Country 27,174
2 Madrid 27,062
3 Navarre 24,290
4 Catalonia 24,094
5 Asturias 22,722
6 Cantabria 22,148
7 Aragon 21,406
8 Balearic Islands 21,322
9 La Rioja 21,126
10 Valencia 20,804
11 Andalusia 20,650
11 Castilla La Mancha 20,636
13 Murcia 20,566
14 Castile and León 20,538
15 Galicia 20,258
16 Canary Islands 19,628
17 Extremadura 18,662
    Spain 22,904

By GRPEdit

GRP (nominal)Edit

Spanish autonomies by gross regional product (nominal) in 2017,[3] shown in euros and converted to United States dollars according to annual exchange rates.[4]

# Autonomous community Millions of EUR (2017) US$MM Comparable country
1 Catalonia 223,139 252,158   Finland
2 Community of Madrid 219,976 248,584   Finland
3 Andalusia 155,213 175,399   Algeria
4 Valencian Community 108,781 122,928   Angola
5 Basque Country 71,743 81,073   Ethiopia
6 Galicia 60,824 68,734   Myanmar
7 Castile and León 57,094 64,519   Myanmar
8 Canary Islands 44,206 49,955   Macau
9 Castile–La Mancha 40,046 45,254   Lithuania
10 Aragon 36,054 40,743   Azerbaijan
11 Region of Murcia 30,344 34,290   Cameroon
12 Balearic Islands 29,911 33,801   Cameroon
13 Asturias 22,708 25,661   Zambia
14 Navarre 19,827 22,406   Cambodia
15 Extremadura 18,520 20,929   Afghanistan
16 Cantabria 13,083 14,784   Mali
17 La Rioja 8,137 9,195   Guinea
18 Ceuta 1,660 1,876   Belize
19 Melilla 1,523 1,721   Cape Verde
Total:    Spain 1,162,789 1,314,011   Australia

GRP per capitaEdit

Spanish autonomies by GRP per capita in euros,[5] and converted to United States dollars according to annual exchange rates. For the national GDP per capita, the euro figure is converted from US dollars.

# Autonomous community EUR (2017) US$ Comparable country
  Spain 25,095 28,359[6]   Kuwait
1 Community of Madrid 33,809 38,206   Japan
2 Basque Country 33,088 37,391   United Arab Emirates
3 Navarre 30,914 34,934   United Arab Emirates
4 Catalonia 29,936 33,829   Italy
5 Aragon 27,403 30,967   Bahamas
6 La Rioja 26,044 29,431   Brunei
7 Balearic Islands 25,772 29,124   Brunei
8 Castile and León 23,555 26,618   Malta
9 Cantabria 22,513 25,441   Cyprus
10 Galicia 22,497 25,423   Cyprus
11 Valencian Community 22,055 24,923   Cyprus
12 Asturias 22,046 24,913   Cyprus
13 Region of Murcia 20,585 23,262   Slovenia
14 Canary Islands 20,425 23,081   Slovenia
15 Castile–La Mancha 19,681 22,241   Portugal
16 Ceuta 19,524 22,063   Portugal
17 Andalusia 18,470 20,872   Saudi Arabia
18 Melilla 17,945 20,279   Czech Republic
19 Extremadura 17,262 19,507   Estonia

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Real Decreto 1458/2018, de 14 de diciembre, por el que se declaran oficiales las cifras de población resultantes de la revisión del Padrón municipal referidas al 1 de enero de 2018". BOE (in Spanish). 2018-12-29. Retrieved 2019-09-23.
  2. ^ https://blog.bankinter.com/economia/-/noticia/2017/5/10/salarios-espana-2017-profesion-empresa-comunidad-autonoma
  3. ^ PIB de las Comunidades Autónomas
  4. ^ Yearly average exchange rates | OFX
  5. ^ PIB de las Comunidades Autónomas
  6. ^ World Economic Outlook Database, April 2018, International Monetary Fund. Accessed on 17 April 2018.