While charities, the Restos du cœur and the Secours populaire in particular, are entering their winter season, the political debate on purchasing power is raging. With this nagging question: who were the winners and losers of the five-year term? Everyone knows all the ins and outs, so much has been said about the numbers since the start of the school year. In summary, the executive claims that the standard of living will have increased on average twice as much between 2017 and 2022 than under the two previous five years. Moreover, the Bercy study at the origin of this diagnosis underlines that all socio-economic categories have been winners. From the poorest 10%, who saw their disposable income increase by 4%, to the richest decile, whose purchasing power increased by 2%.
Despite the surge in bills, average purchasing power continues to increase
These estimates moreover quite likely corroborate the strategy of Emmanuel Macron, who "at the same time" abolished the ISF and doubled the "activity bonus" for the most modest,
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