The newspaper Le Parisien has published a list of ten towns in the Ile-de-France region of France with the largest proportion of high-income residents.
The figures reveal that the majority of the richest communes in the Paris region are situated to the south-west of the capital.
Le Parisien calculated the proportion of households in each commune who earned over €100,000 in 2018.
While here were 880,000 households that fell into this category across the country, representing 2 percent of households nationwide, there were some 329,000 in the Île-de-France region alone, according to the report.
Three Parisian arrondissements were present in the top ten: the 7th, 8th and 16th. The largest proportion of high-earners is to be found in the small town of Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche in the Yvelines department, however.
In second place is Neuilly-sur-Seine, the setting for the 2009 comedy Neuilly sa mère !, about a teenager who moves from a housing estate to live with his aunt in an upscale neighbourhood.
Here is the full list, with the percentage of taxable households earning over 100,000 euros:
Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche = 27.4%
Neuilly-sur-Seine = 25.1%
Feucherolles = 23.9%
Fourqueux = 23.7%
Paris VIIe = 23.3%
L’Etang-la-Ville = 23%
Paris VIIIe = 22.8%
Le Vésinet = 22.6%
Mareil-Marly and Paris 16th = 20.9%
Vaucresson = 20.7%