Dataset [Tables], Product code: tespm030, updated on 12-Dec-2017

The material deprivation rate is an indicator in EU-SILC that expresses the inability to afford some items considered by most people to be desirable or even necessary to lead an adequate life. The indicator distinguishes between individuals who cannot afford a certain good or service, and those who

Dataset [Tables], Product code: tessi082, updated on 12-Dec-2017

The indicator is defined as the percentage of population with an enforced lack of at least three out of nine material deprivation items in the 'economic strain and durables' dimension.

Dataset [Tables], Product code: t2020_53, updated on 12-Dec-2017

The collection "material deprivation" covers indicators relating to economic strain, durables, housing and environment of the dwelling. Severely materially deprived persons have living conditions severely constrained by a lack of resources, they experience at least 4 out of 9 following deprivations

Dataset [Tables], Product code: tessi150, updated on 12-Dec-2017

The indicator is defined as the unweighted mean of the number of items lacked by the materially-deprived population (at least three out of the nine items retained for the definition of the 'Material deprivation rate' indicator).

Dataset [Tables], Product code: tessi080, updated on 12-Dec-2017

The indicator is defined as the percentage of population with an enforced lack of at least three out of nine material deprivation items in the 'economic strain and durables' dimension.

Dataset [Tables], Product code: tepsr_lm420, updated on 12-Dec-2017

Severely materially deprived persons have living conditions constrained by a lack of resources and experience at least 4 out of the 9 following deprivation items: cannot afford 1) to pay rent/mortgage or utility bills on time, 2) to keep home adequately warm, 3) to face unexpected expenses, 4

Dataset [Database], Product code: ilc_mddd05, updated on 12-Dec-2017