Passenger cars by fuel typeOther
Figures on the number of motor vehicles by fuel type in a municipality.
Population and population dynamics by month; 1995-2018Figures
Monthly statistics, size of the Dutch population and births, deaths, external migration, marriages, divorces and requests for asylum,
Forecast: 3.5 million single households in 2030Articles
The number of households in the Netherlands is projected to have grown to 8.5 million by the year 2030, from the current 7.9 million.
Population up by 100 thousand for third year in a rowArticles
The population of the Netherlands grew by an estimated 104 thousand people in 2018. The growth rate was similar to that in the past two years.
Forecast: 18 million inhabitants in 2029Articles
According to the latest forecast by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), the population of the Netherlands will continue to grow in the coming years. The 18 millionth inhabitant is expected to arrive in 2029.
Economic position of women has improvedArticles
The Emancipation Monitor by CBS and SCP shows that the economic position of women has improved.
Fewer welfare children for the first time since 2009Articles
At the end of 2017, nearly 7 procent of all minor children were living in families on income support, 228 thousand minors. This is nearly 3 thousand less than in 2016. In most of these families, a single mother is in charge.
Annual Report Youth Monitor 2018 SummaryPublications
This Annual Report Youth Monitor 2018 Summary explores the situation of young people in the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Younger Turkish, Moroccan 2nd generation marrying laterArticles
The second generation of people with a Turkish and Moroccan background are increasingly resembling their native Dutch contemporaries, getting married and having children later. More and more often, the bride or the groom was not born outside of the Netherlands.
The Hague expands on smart city ambitionArticles
At the UDC, data from the Municipality of The Hague can be combined with CBS’s data
What is my spendable income?Articles
A household’s spendable income is the net annual amount it has available to spend. In general terms, it is gross income minus premiums and taxes.
More asylum seekers, fewer following relatives in Q3Articles
In Q3 2018, the number of asylum seekers and following family members was up on Q2 as well as on 2017.
‘All parties benefit from an Urban Data Centre’Articles
Governing a city means to devise and optimise new policies. We want to use data to solve problems and to work on prevention
4 in 10 adults describe their stepfather as fatherArticles
Nearly 1 in 5 adults born 1971-1991 did not live with both parents during childhood.Three-quarters went through parental divorce. Over 4 in 10 describe their stepfather as their father, 2 in 10 are no longer in contact with their biological father.
The consequences of divorce studied by UvA and CBSArticles
What are the consequences of these events for the relationships among the family members?
The Netherlands 10 years after Lehman BrothersArticles
The Netherlands ten years after the onset of the global credit crisis. Developments in unemployment, GDP, labour participation, housing market, social assistance benefits, debt liabilities and other indicators, together providing a comprehensive picture of the situation before, during and after the crisis.
More family migrants in workArticles
In 2015 there were over 60 thousand family migrants of whom half were from EU countries. Of those aged 20 and up, 40% were in work one year after their arrival. This was still 37% in 2005.
Population up by over 32 thousand in first half of 2018Articles
The population of the Netherlands grew by more than 32 thousand in the first six months of 2018. This is slightly less than in the same period last year, when 35 thousand residents were added on balance.
More purchasing power for families with young childrenArticles
The median purchasing power of the population in the Caribbean Netherlands increased once again in 2016. On all three islands, the purchasing power of families with young children increased the most.
Cancer responsible for 31 percent of deathsArticles
In 2017, the number of deaths in the Netherlands stood at 150 thousand. The most common death cause with 47 thousand cases (31 percent) was cancer.
Over half of 4 to 11-year-olds get sufficient exerciseArticles
Over half of all children aged 4 to 11 years complied with the Health Council's Physical Activity Guidelines in 2017.
Leiden’s educational opportunities into clear focusArticles
The UDC Leiden studied how many children attending primary school and living in Leiden have an elevated risk of educational disadvantage.
Urban lifestyle provides a wealth of informationArticles
How can life rhythms of urban residents be used in analysing and solving urban issues, e.g. security or social cohesion
Consumer prices up more sharply in MayArticles
The consumer price index (CPI) was 1.7 percent higher in May than in the same month last year.