The year of coronavirusArticles
2020 was the year of coronavirus. To what extent was 2020 different from 2019?
One-quarter of population notice drug-related issues in own neighbourhoodArticles
In 2019, nearly one-quarter (24.3 percent) of the Dutch population aged 15 years and over reported the incidence of drug use or trafficking in their own neighbourhood.
Decomposition price indicesArticles
A class of price indices is discussed which models prices using a method that decomposes prices into a time component and a product dependent component.
CBS Rural Data Centre / Kempen regionOther
On 12 December 2017, five rural municipalities in the province of Noord-Brabant (Bergeijk, Bladel, Eersel, Oirschot and Reusel-De Mierden) achieved a first by joining forces with CBS in the Netherlands’ very first Rural Data Centre.
Caribbean Netherlands; nuisance in neighbourhood, personal characteristicsFigures
reported nuisance, experienced nuisance in neighbourhood sex, age, educational level
Importance of environmental sector increasingArticles
In 2016, the Dutch environmental sector represented a value added of 15.8 billion euros, contributing 2.2 percent to gross domestic product (GDP) that year. The share of the environmental sector in the Dutch economy still stood at 1.7 percent in 2001.
Less neighbourhood nuisance on Statia in 2013-2018Articles
In 2018, 46 percent of the inhabitants of St Eustatius experienced nuisance in their own neighbourhood, versus as much as 86 percent in 2013.
Rude behaviour mainly experienced by young womenArticles
In 2017, disrespectful behaviour was encountered relatively most often by women between the ages of 18 to 24 years
Spending on security slightly down in 2014Articles
In 2014, total spending on security in the Netherlands amounted to approximately 13 billion euros. Security expenditure increased up until 2012 inclusive but showed a slight decline after that. Average spending per capita last year was slightly over 750 euros.
Inhabitants of the Caribbean Netherlands usually feel safeArticles
In 2013, more than 25 per cent of the population in the Caribbean Netherlands felt sometimes unsafe. Half of the population is of the opinion that there is no crime and 40 per cent that there is little crime in their own neighbourhood.
Most nuisance caused by loitering teensArticles
One in ten Dutch people indicated they are bothered by loitering teens, drunks and/or other forms of social nuisance in their neighbourhood. Loitering teens were seen as the greatest nuisance, particularly in the larger Dutch cities.
Dutch think level of decay in their own neighbourhood is acceptableArticles
In recent years, fewer people were annoyed by graffiti on walls and buildings, vandalised bus and tram shelters and dog droppings in their neighbourhood. The decline was observed in urban as well as rural areas.
Road traffic nuisance serious but stableArticles
Although the total number of cars registered in the Netherlands has grown by a million since 2005, the nuisance caused by road traffic has hardly changed. Speeding is still the main source of annoyance in urban as well as rural areas.
Amount spent on security care significantly higherArticles
Nearly 12.5 billion euro, i.e. 2.2 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP) was spent on prevention and combat of crime, urban decay and inconvenience in 2009, an increase by 4 percent relative to 2008.
Internet users concerned about online risksArticles
In the spring of 2010, 12 million people aged 12 to 75 years in the Netherlands said they regularly went online.
Feelings of safety unchangedArticles
The Dutch popluation has been less affected by crime in recent years. At the end of 2008, one in four people in the Netherlands said they had been the victim of a criminal offence in the previous twelve months
Selection of Statistics Netherlands releases in the period 9-13 March 2009 (Week 11).
Groups of youths cause most neighbourhood problemsArticles
Trouble caused by groups of youths in the streets, drug users, inconsiderate neighbours and harassment: in 2008 one sixth of the Dutch population reported that they experienced at least one of these problems in the area where they lived.
Four out of ten people bothered by trafficArticles
In 2007, 37 percent of people in the Netherlands reported being bothered by traffic in the neighbourhood where they lived. Most of the problems concerned speeding, but traffic noise and aggressive driving were also often reported.
Selection of Statistics Netherlands releases in the period 10-14 March 2008 (Week 11).