Okay, a lot of misconceptions in a small post, I'll try to explain it clearly to you
What do you mean "already"? That is literally all it is. Also note that it is not a measure of wealth, or even income. It's domestic product or, roughly, the total amount of monetary transactions across an area for a year.PS- GDP is already a measure of gross product.
GDP is not an average. It's a total.Claiming 3% growth in GDP is already an average across the entire population.
Thank you for the translation, but I believe everyone else who is reading this already knew that. GDP per capita is the average GDP per person.Adding "per capita" is latin meaning BY HEAD.
No, it means that the average went up. The mean, to be precise. Nobody here has claimed that a rise in the average means a rise for everyone, or even necessarily for most people. That is not how the mean work. Certainly nobody with the slightest passing of understanding of statistics thinks that a rise in the mean of a distribution implies a rise for every point in the distribution.If My head and Your head saw ZERO growth- then claiming a per capita growth of 3% is a lie.
Your lack of understanding of basic economic and statistics terminology does not mean (put intended) that other people are lying to you.its a HUGE lie.