Absolute vs Relative Poverty

Having seen the recent video about disposable income I was wondering whether or not there will be a representation of relative poverty (a situation when households receive 50% less than average household incomes, meaning that they may have enough money for their basic needs or even be somewhat well off in comparison to many people across the world).
This is especially important in representing countries like the USA or Germany which are rich and where absolute poverty is very rare but relative poverty still exists.

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Relative poverty (half of average), average and median (50th percentile) income could be presented on that income graph.

Also income should strongly affect voter happiness too, just like there is cynicism and complacency influences on voter happiness.
Unhappy voters would feed misinformation simulation, which radicalizes everyone.