Social impact of COVID-19
The coronavirus crisis affects nearly the entire population of the Netherlands and will certainly be reflected in CBS statistics that are to be published.
Although well-being in the Netherlands increased in 2019, not everybody benefited from this equally. Well-being is under pressure in a number of areas: time lost through traffic congestion, less contact with family and friends.
Import, export value and trade balance of goods;
SITC (3 digits) and countries.
Import and export value of goods key figures;
classification according to SITC (sections) and countries (groups).
On a number of aspects, the well-being of men in the Netherlands is higher than that of women. For example, men are more likely to rate their own health as good or very good. Women do better than men on other aspects: they have more contact with family and friends and are less likely to be overweight.
In 2019, there were 36.5 thousand Chinese residents in the Netherlands
The counter below shows how many registered inhabitants there are in the Netherlands.
Supply and use by products of activity
Groups of products of activity (CPA)
As the elderly are more vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus, they currently tend to be (even) more isolated than others. In addition, home care is under pressure nowadays, which means the elderly need to rely more on informal care.
The recent launch of The Hague Humanity Hub
Smits develops Dutch measurement model further using 100 indicators and expand it into international measurement model
People can use the Happiness Meter to calculate their score and compare it with the score of the average Dutch person
Innovative product: Towards motives behind mobility
Use machine learning to estimate chance of moving
Is it possible to measure the intentions of people to move house without actually asking them about their plans?
Labour force, unemployment, labour participation
Position in household, sex, age
Import, export value and trade balance of Bonaire
according to SITC classification.
Caribbean Netherlands, population, births, deaths, migration
In 2019, 3 percent of the Dutch population aged 12 and over did not have home internet access.
Health status, lifestyle, use of health care services,
care supply, (healthy) life expectancy and causes of death
Last year, 9 percent of the Dutch population aged 15 and over reported they frequently feel lonely; 26 percent said they were somewhat lonely, while the remaining 66 percent were not feeling lonely
Population, households, population growth, births, mortality, marriages,
marriage dissolutions, change of nationality and migration
(Un)happiness and (dis)satisfaction with aspects of life
Gender, age, migration background and other characteristics