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I want to write a Django query equivalent to this SQL query:

SELECT * from user where income >= 5000 or income is NULL.

How to construct the Django queryset filter?

User.objects.filter(income__gte=5000, income=0)

This doesn't work, because it ANDs the filters. I want to OR the filters to get union of individual querysets.

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Try the code given below:

from django.db.models import Q

User.objects.filter(Q(income__gte=5000)|Q(income__isnull=True))

For more information you can refer to this DOCS

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