It’s the two percent. Positively Commie, no?
That top level A socio-economic group works out at around 580,000 people. Meanwhile if you lump(en) the Ds and the Es together it’s over 20 million. Data from Peru’s benchmark pollster, Ipsos/Apoyo and the report includes other funstuff, like how the As spend around 20% of their income on food while the Es spend 69% of theirs on the same, or how only 4% of Peruvians consider their income as sufficient.