Young people (12-29 yrs) and families, 2003

Young people (12-29 yrs) and families, 2003

Personal characteristics Periods Living conditions Living at home Percentage of young peopl living at home (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Allowed to watch all programs on tv Always (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Allowed to watch all programs on tv Sometimes (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Allowed to watch all programs on tv Never (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Allowed to come home when he/she pleases Always (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Allowed to come home when he/she pleases Sometimes (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Allowed to come home when he/she pleases Never (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Allowed to play loud music at home Always (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Allowed to play loud music at home Sometimes (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Allowed to play loud music at home Never (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Allowed to plan their own day Always (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Allowed to plan their own day Sometimes (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Allowed to plan their own day Never (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Parents monitor homework Always (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Parents monitor homework Sometimes (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Parents monitor homework Never (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Go on holiday without parents/adults Always (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Go on holiday without parents/adults Sometimes (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Go on holiday without parents/adults Never (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Free to spend pocket money Always (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Free to spend pocket money Sometimes (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Free to spend pocket money Never (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Free to spend pocket money Is pocket money sufficient? Yes (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Free to spend pocket money Is pocket money sufficient? No (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Free to spend pocket money Is pocket money sufficient? Why not? Parents do not have enough money (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Free to spend pocket money Is pocket money sufficient? Why not? Parents unwilling to give more money (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Girlfriend/boyfriend Regular girlfriend/boyfriend (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Girlfriend/boyfriend Allowed to spend the night together? (%) Upbringing Freedom young people living at home Allowed to take soft drugs (%) Upbringing Gets spanked once in a while Always (%) Upbringing Gets spanked once in a while Occasionally (%) Upbringing Gets spanked once in a while Never (%) Upbringing Sometimes in conflict with parents about Importance of school, study and homework (%) Upbringing Sometimes in conflict with parents about Dealing with (pocket) money, saving (%) Upbringing Sometimes in conflict with parents about Help out by doing small household jobs (%) Upbringing Sometimes in conflict with parents about Political and/or religious issues (%) Upbringing Sometimes in conflict with parents about Boyfriend/girlfriend (%) Upbringing Sometimes in conflict with parents about Time to come home at night (%) Upbringing Sometimes in conflict with parents about Smoking and drinking (%) Satisfactory upbringing Young people living at home Yes (%) Satisfactory upbringing Young people living at home Rather (%) Satisfactory upbringing Young people living at home No (%) Satisfactory upbringing Young people living on their own Yes (%) Satisfactory upbringing Young people living on their own Rather (%) Satisfactory upbringing Young people living on their own No (%)
Total personal characteristics 2003 61 60 32 7 13 29 58 15 58 27 56 37 7 24 50 27 30 13 57 74 22 4 81 19 12 88 37 80 15 2 18 80 32 33 45 12 16 35 20 85 14 1 81 14 5
Men 2003 66 61 32 8 14 30 56 13 60 27 56 37 7 28 48 25 31 13 56 71 25 5 79 21 13 87 34 80 18 2 18 80 34 37 45 14 15 35 22 87 13 1 82 13 4
Women 2003 56 60 33 7 12 28 60 16 56 27 55 38 7 19 52 29 29 13 59 78 18 4 82 18 10 90 42 80 11 2 18 80 29 27 44 9 17 35 18 84 15 1 81 15 5
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description


Data available for the years: 1997, 2001 and 2003.

Data available from 2010 till 2013.

Status of the figures:
The figures in this table are definite.

Changes as of 23 March 2018
The tabel is stopped.

When will new figures be published?
Not applicable.

Description topics

Living conditions
Living at home
Percentage of young peopl living at home
The data refer to young people in the age category 12-29 still living with
their parents/guardians.
Upbringing
Freedom young people living at home
Allowed to watch all programs on tv
The data refer to people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Total line is: people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Consequently, the (standard) age category is 18 year-olds.
Refers to the answer to the question: Are you allowed to watch all
television programmes you like?
Always
Sometimes
Never
Allowed to come home when he/she pleases
The data refer to people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Total line is: people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Consequently, the (standard) age category is 18 year-olds.
Refers to the answer to the question: Are you allowed to come home as late
as you please?
Always
Sometimes
Never
Allowed to play loud music at home
The data refer to people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Total line is: people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Consequently, the (standard) age category is 18 year-olds.
Refers to the answer to the question: Are you allowed to play loud music
at home?
Always
Sometimes
Never
Allowed to plan their own day
The data refer to people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Total line is: people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Consequently, the (standard) age category is 18 year-olds.
Refers to the answer to the question: Are you allowed to to decide what
you do when?
Always
Sometimes
Never
Parents monitor homework
The data refer to people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Total line is: people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Consequently, the (standard) age category is 18 year-olds.
Refers to the answer to the question: Do your parents monitor your
homework?
Always
Sometimes
Never
Go on holiday without parents/adults
The data refer to people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Total line is: people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Consequently, the (standard) age category is 18 year-olds.
Refers to the answer to the question: Are you allowed to go on holiday
without your parents or other adults?
Always
Sometimes
Never
Free to spend pocket money
The data refer to people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Total line is: people living at home in the age category 12-18.
Consequently, the (standard) age category is 18 year-olds.
Refers to the answer to the question: Are you free to decide how to
spend your pocket money or money that you earned ?
Always
Sometimes
Never
Is pocket money sufficient?
The data refer to young people living at home in the age category 12-14.
Total line is: people living at home in the age category 12-14.
Consequently, the (standard) age category is 12-14 year-olds.
Yes
No
Why not?
Parents do not have enough money
Parents unwilling to give more money
Girlfriend/boyfriend
The data refer to young people in the age category 15-29.
Total line is: people living at home in the age category 15-29.
Consequently, the (standard) age category 12-17 year-olds is 15-17
year-olds.
Regular girlfriend/boyfriend
Allowed to spend the night together?
Is allowed to sleep with boyfriend/girlfriend. As a percentage of young
people who have a regular boyfriend/girlfriend.
Allowed to take soft drugs
The data refer to young people in the age category 12-29 living at home
and answer affirmatively to the question: Are you allowed to take soft
drugs?
Gets spanked once in a while
The data refer to 12-29 year-olds and to the answer to the question: are
you occasionally beaten by your parents or were you beaten sometimes in
the past?
Possible answers: yes, often/yes, occasionally/no.
Always
Occasionally
Never
Sometimes in conflict with parents about
The data refer to young people in the age category 12-29 living at home.
Parents' opinions on a number of subjects may differ from what their
children think is appropriate. This may lead to strife.
Importance of school, study and homework
Realise the importance of attending school, studying and doing homework.
Dealing with (pocket) money, saving
Help out by doing small household jobs
Political and/or religious issues
Boyfriend/girlfriend
Time to come home at night
Smoking and drinking
Satisfactory upbringing
Young people living at home
The data refer to young people living at home in the age category 12-29.
Answer to the question: are you pleased with the way your parents brought
you up?
Yes
Rather
No
Young people living on their own
The data refer to young people living on their own in the age category
12-29. Answer to the question: are you pleased with the way you your
parents brought you up?
Yes
Rather
No