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Caribbean Netherlands; perception of (un)safety, personal characteristics
perception of (un)safety, assessment of crime and safety sex, age, educational level
To compile data at the national level about current topics in society, with the focus on how the Dutch population perceives them.
Relationship between perception of health and chance of employment (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables on the relationship between chronic illness, perception of health and chance of employment, corrected for demographic characteristics and other determinants for chance of...
1 in 5 young workers experience work-related stress
Of all young people between the ages of 15 and 25 in paid employment, 21 percent reported regular or frequent work-related stress in 2021.
More women than men with psychological complaints
In 2021, 18 percent of the female population aged 12 and over were suffering from psychological complaints. This was 12 percent among the male population.
Nearly half of young people see only negative effects of COVID-19 crisis
In the first few months of 2021, 47 percent of young people in the Netherlands between the ages of 12 and 25 indicated that their lives were negatively affected by the coronavirus crisis in general.
Three years of COVID-19 in figures
How has the country been affected by the pandemic? Aside from distinct waves of excess mortality, there were numerous other outliers in national statistics.
Girls perceive more performance pressure than boys
Almost half of teenage girls in the Netherlands regularly or frequently feel pressure to perform because of internal expectations. The proportion is lower among boys: 3 in 10.
CBS highlights well-being theme in ministerial budgets
At the request of the Dutch Cabinet, Statistics Netherlands (CBS) publishes the Monitor of Well-being & the Sustainable Development Goals annually on Accountability Day (May).
CBS Multi-annual Programme 2024-2028
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) has made plans for the future based on discussions with stakeholders. The results are described in this Multi-annual Programme for 2024-2028.
Nearly 8 in 10 drivers sometimes deliberately leave their car at home
In 2020, 78 percent of Dutch car drivers aged 18 and over said they sometimes deliberately left their car at home.
Mental health has worsened among young people
In 2021, 18 percent of Dutch young people aged 12 to 24 were mentally unhealthy. This was still 11 percent in 2019 and 2020.
Three-quarters of Dutch concerned about impact of climate change
Almost all Dutch people aged 18 and over believe the climate is changing; 6 percent do not believe in climate change or are unsure.
Vast majority do not fundamentally reject euthanasia
Euthanasia should under certain circumstances be allowed, according to 87 percent of the adult population in the Netherlands.
Most Dutch people in favour of receiving refugees
In 2017, 77 percent of Dutch adults felt that the Netherlands should admit war refugees.
More and more young adults addicted to social media
In 2017, 29 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds were addicted to social media in their own view.
More people find the environment highly polluted
In 2017, over half of the adult population in the Netherlands indicated that air, soil and water are severely polluted. Three-quarters believe that the natural environment has been seriously damaged....
CBS and the city of Heerlen start up Urban Data Center
CBS, Heerlen start Urban Data Center
Most young people rate their health as good
In the period 2019 to 2020, the vast majority of young people between the ages of 4 and 25 perceived their own health as good or very good.
Most households practise energy conservation
People who say they care about the environment also practise energy conservation
Consumer confidence, economic climate and willingness to buy: non adjusted
Attitudes and expectation of consumers, non-adjusted, on the general economic climate and their own financial situation
Consumer confidence, economic climate and willingness to buy
Attitudes and expectations of consumers, (seasonally) adjusted, on the general economic situation and their own financial situation
Vacancies (new and filled); government and education
Vacancies, new vacancies and filled vacancies eight government sectors
International trade; Imports and exports of services by country, quarter
Imports; exports; services broken down into various types of services Countries
State of health of the Dutch population
Health perception, height, obesity, health complaints, physical limitations, psychosocial complaints by sex, type of insurance,