These are the neighborhoods of Dénia where more residents have higher education, and where less

11 December 2022 - 01: 00

The National Institute of Statistics published a few days ago the first part of the 2021 Census, in which several highly relevant data (some more curious than relevant) on the population of Dénia, as well as the rest of the Spanish municipalities, are collected. Among the large amount of data updated with this latest study, one can observe the large differences between the percentages of the population with higher education depending on the neighborhood of the city in which they reside.

Dénia is one of the municipalities with the highest percentage of inhabitants with higher education in the Marina Alta. Most of its neighborhoods have close to 30% of the population with this level of training, while other large regional centers, such as Xàbia or Calp, are above 20% (in these cases, only the outskirts of Calp, interior and south, exceed that 20% by two decimal places).

Training outside the core of Dénia

However, in the regional capital there are big differences depending on the neighborhood you look at. According to the INE, the district where there is the largest population with higher education in the city, and which coincides with being the place where the highest percentage of population with higher education in the entire Marina Alta is concentrated, is Les Rotes. On the exclusive southern coast of Dénia, 46,6% of the residents have this level of training. It is closely followed by the first section of the It montgó (camí Sant Joan and Campusos), with 40,1%.

The rest of the Montgó, as well as Burrows South, Santa Paula y Vessanes reach 39% of the population with higher education, Marines 35,85%, and La Pedrera, La Sella y Jesús Pobre 32,5%. These are the suburban districts with the highest rate of training. The entire area located between the Ondara straight line and Camí de Gandia has a percentage of 27,6, while The Xara remains at 26,1%.

Training in the urban area

Within the urban area, the neighborhood with the highest percentage of residents with higher education is centerInter the castle and La Vía street, which has 36,9%. they follow him Port, with 35,8%, and the surroundings of París square and first half of Marquesado, with 30,1%. They exceed 27% Baix la Mar (27,4), the surroundings of Pare Pere and Carrer Major (27,6) and Lantern-Diana (27,0)

The rest of the neighborhoods of Dénia exceed 20% of inhabitants with higher education, exception from two districts. On the one hand, the area between Patricio Ferrándiz and Saladar, from Plaza París to Calle Diana, where only 17,8% of the population has a higher degree. The other is the stretch between Carrer Sagunt and Avenida Montgó, with only 15,6%.

What degrees are considered higher education?

The INE recognizes as a population with higher education that which has completed higher or equivalent vocational training, university degrees and postgraduate training.

  1. pep says:

    I do not understand this type of news that establishes comparative grievances, without any use, because if it is, I do not see it.
    The only thing left is for them to put a news story that says in which neighborhoods the most handsome live and where the ugliest or where there are fattest men and women. I don't even see it as entertainment.
    If you do not know what to put, I propose some crossword puzzles or some hieroglyphics. Even a horoscope made by someone with skills would make more sense.

  2. DP says:

    Stop dividing the people and putting stupid things man.
    Generating envy, that if he lives in a better neighborhood, that if they paid him for his studies, that if they have plugged him in... and in the end, the same person they criticize is charging the same as the delivery man and no one has given him anything... you don't see that we are all equally bad? Do not separate people anymore, we have to be united

    • Luis says:

      Are you talking about subsidized people like Dacosta? Or anyone plugged into the public administration that handles your data on top of that? Open your eyes. Do you think they feel attached to you? Do you think they feel the same as you? Is talking about reality generating separation? They themselves generate that separation from the cradle by maintaining the provincial, uneducated and servile society to which money smells. Look at the article puffing up a supposed academic superiority and on top of that in an area that only fills up in summer and the rest of the year is empty.

  3. Luis says:

    As a Spaniard, I tell you that you are absolutely right, this article shows the truth of the class-limiting Provincial thinking that they have here. In addition, it doesn't matter what they study or what skills they have because job opportunities and job growth are marked by which family you belong to and what contacts, kneeling servile, you have. That is why society is stagnant and does not evolve.

  4. Joseph says:

    Als nicht Spanier bin ich ja nicht beurteilt.
    Als Spanier würde ich mich nicht wohl fühlen mit diesen Gettoähnlichen Prozentverteilung. Statistiken sind Statistiken und nur gut wenn man sie auch richtig auflegt.