methods, notes and classification Household characteristics by degree of urbanisation methods, notes and classification

    • Household characteristics
      • 0 Percentage of households in the population
      • 1 Number of households in the sample
      • 2 Average number of persons in the household
      • 3 Average number of adult equivalents in the household
    • Degree of urbanisation
      • 0 Total
      • 1 Cities
      • 2 Towns and suburbs
      • 3 Rural areas
      • 4 Unknown
    • Geopolitical entity (reporting)
      • 00 European Union - 27 countries (from 2020)
      • 01 European Union - 28 countries (2013-2020)
      • 02 European Union - 27 countries (2007-2013)
      • 03 European Union - 25 countries (2004-2006)
      • 04 European Union - 15 countries (1995-2004)
      • 05 Euro area (EA11-1999, EA12-2001, EA13-2007, EA15-2008, EA16-2009, EA17-2011, EA18-2014, EA19-2015)
      • 06 Euro area - 19 countries (from 2015)
      • 07 Euro area - 18 countries (2014)
      • 08 Euro area - 17 countries (2011-2013)
      • 09 Euro area - 13 countries (2007)
      • 0a Euro area - 12 countries (2001-2006)
      • 0b Belgium
      • 0c Bulgaria
      • 0d Czechia
      • 0e Denmark
      • 0f Germany (until 1990 former territory of the FRG)
      • 0g Estonia
      • 0h Ireland
      • 0i Greece
      • 0j Spain
      • 0k France
      • 0l Croatia
      • 0m Italy
      • 0n Cyprus
      • 0o Latvia
      • 0p Lithuania
      • 0q Luxembourg
      • 0r Hungary
      • 0s Malta
      • 0t Netherlands
      • 0u Austria
      • 0v Poland
      • 0w Portugal
      • 0x Romania
      • 0y Slovenia
      • 0z Slovakia
      • 10 Finland
      • 11 Sweden
      • 12 European Economic Area (EU27 - 2007-2013 and IS, LI, NO)
      • 13 European Economic Area (EU25 - 2004-2006 and IS, LI, NO)
      • 14 European Free Trade Association
      • 15 Norway
      • 16 United Kingdom
      • 17 Montenegro
      • 18 North Macedonia
      • 19 Serbia
      • 1a Turkey
      • 1b Kosovo (under United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244/99)