Most young people rate their health as goodArticles
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.
Perceived mental health: trend stable in 2020Articles
Last year, 12 percent of the Dutch population aged 12 years and over had mental health complaints.
International trade in servicesOther
To provide and publish data on imports and exports of services by enterprises and individuals registered in the Netherlands.
More people feeling healthy in Q2 2020Articles
In the second quarter of this year, 82 percent of the population were positive about their own health. This share was 78 percent in the same quarter of the three previous years.
Education more challenging and up to date with Big DataOther
Analysis of big data is becoming ever more important for governments to facilitate effective, sustainable policy choices
Fewer Dutch people are feeling unsafeArticles
Feelings of unsafety among Dutch people are declining progressively. In 2012, 37 percent indicated that they felt unsafe occasionally in general terms, versus 32 percent in 2019.
People out of work feel less healthy than those in workArticles
People in paid employment are generally healthier than people without a job. Of all employed persons, 90 percent rate their health as good or excellent.
Caribbean Netherlands; perception of (un)safety, personal characteristicsFigures
perception of (un)safety, assessment of crime and safety sex, age, educational level
Three-quarters of Caribbean Dutch feel healthyArticles
A health survey among residents of Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba aged 15 and over shows that three-quarters felt healthy or very healthy in 2017/2018.
Cybersecurity is key in Bibi van den Berg’s inaugural lectureArticles
Corporate news article Cybersecurity is key in Bibi van den Berg’s inaugural lecture
One in five Dutch adults very happyArticles
Over one-fifth of the Dutch population aged 18 years or older consider themselves very happy. They rate their degree of happiness with a score of 9 or 10.
Well-being not distributed equallyArticles
Highly educated people often have a higher level of well-being than lower educated people but are more often victims of crime.
Most Dutch people in favour of receiving refugeesArticles
In 2017, 77 percent of Dutch adults felt that the Netherlands should admit war refugees.
New methods to correct dataArticles
Scholtus designed a number of new algorithms to automatically correct systematic errors
Living ever longer without physical limitationsArticles
Life expectancy without physical limitations and in good self-perceived health is projected to rise until 2040.
Drop in recorded and encountered crimeArticles
In 2017, 23% fewer crime victims than in 2012. Police recorded crime per inhabitant dropped by 30%.
Type 2 diabetes often linked to cardiovascular diseaseArticles
People aged 45 and over with type 2 diabetes are more likely to suffer from other long-term disorders.
Education more challenging with Big DataArticles
Analysis of big data is becoming ever more important for governments to facilitate effective
Almost 90 percent say they are happyArticles
Most Dutch are happy. Increased happiness perceptions are related to good health and a good relationship.
Estimating unemployment levels using a mix of three interview modesArticles
Extending the Materials Monitor with Water