Tim has provided a nice overview of some of the key findings from the recently released 2011 Multiple Purpose Survey of Households in El Salvador. Here are links to his four posts.
Income equality - I had read that income inquality had been declining in El Salvador in recent years but never the data to back up the claim.
Salvadoran households - 88% of Salvadoran households have a cellphone and only 12% have internet access.
Poverty rates - 35% of urban residents live in poverty and 50% of rural residents; 41% overall.
Demographics - El Salvador has a populatino of 6.2 million; 2 million are under the age of 16 and 1.47 million are between the ages of 10 and 20 years old