Living conditions, detailed data, Slovenia, 2017

New in the SI-STAT Database: Living conditions, 2017 – detailed data

 Detailed data on living conditions for 2017 are published in the SI-STAT Database.

  • 7/5/2018
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  • final data

Detailed data on living conditions, which were published on 14 June 2018, are now available at a more detailed level, under the following contents:

Housing conditions, Possession of durables, Abilities of households, Housing costs, Arrears of households, Financial burdens of households 
Data are broken down by household income, household type and accommodation tenure status, and by cohesion and statistical regions.

Help of charities
Data are broken down by household income, household type and accommodation tenure status, by most frequent activity status, at-risk-of-poverty status, education, and by cohesion and statistical regions.

Affordability of goods
Data are broken down by gender, age groups, education, self-defined economic status, household income, at-risk-of-poverty status and  material deprivation status.

General health
Data are broken down by self-defined economic status, age groups, gender and by household income.

Overall life satisfaction
Data are broken down by gender, age groups, education, self-defined economic status, household income, at-risk-of-poverty status, material deprivation status, self-perceived general health, and by cohesion and statistical regions.

 

We added some interesting detailed data about utility costs and arrears on utility costs.

To what extent were utility costs a financial burden to your household1), Slovenia, 2017
TotalA heavy burdenSomewhat a burdenNot a burden at all
% of households
Total1002)365312
Detached house, semi detached house, terraced house100355411
Building with several flats100375013
Other (for example living container, fire brigade house, business building)10039M53M8M
1) The total housing costs including mortgage, rent, water, sewage removal, refuse removal, electricity supply and heating costs.
2) The total does not add up due to rounding.
M less precise estimate - use with caution
Source: SURS
The households had been in arrears on utility costs1) due to financial difficulties by income2), Slovenia, 2017
TotalOnce in arrearsTwice or more in arrearsNever in arrears
% of households
Total10021187
First quintile10031978
Second quintile10041284
Third quintile1002989
Fourth quintile1001693
Fifth quintile1001495
1) The total housing costs including mortgage, rent, water, sewage removal, refuse removal, electricity supply and heating costs, but rent and mortgage are excluded.
2) Households are divided into five quintiles according to the net disposable income per equivalent household member. The first quintile includes 20% of persons from the households with the lowest equivalised income, while the fifth quintile includes 20% of persons from the households with the highest equivalised income.
Source: SURS
METHODOLOGICAL NOTE
The source for data on living conditions is the Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (SILC), which was implemented with the survey in 2017 and the use of administrative and registers data mostly for 2016.
The final detailed data from the ad hoc module about “Health and Children’s Health” will be published on 13 September 2018.
Detailed data and time series are available in the SI-STAT database.
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