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1. People at risk of poverty or social exclusion
According to Eurostat, a person is at risk of poverty or social exclusion when they’re facing one or more of the following situations: they’re considered poor (i.e. their total income is below 60% of the median equivalised disposable income), or severely materially and socially deprived (i.e. they lack basic consumer goods or can’t afford essential expenses) or living in a household with a very low work intensity (i.e. in a family where none of the family members have a “regular job”).