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6. December 2022
Statistics Estonia
Now you have come to the page, Choose variable. This page give you the oportunity to select which variables and values you want to display in your result of the table. A variable is a property of a statistical unit. The page is divided into several boxes, one for each variable, where you can select values by click to highlight one or more values. It always starts with the statistics variable which is the main value counted in the table.
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At-risk-of-poverty rate indicates the share of persons with equalised disposable income lower than the at-risk-of-poverty threshold.
Absolute poverty rate indicates the share of persons with equalised disposable income lower than the absolute poverty threshold.
Standard error shows the variability of indicator due to sampling.
Relative error shows the amount of standard error compared to the value of indicator.
The year shows the income year.
Change in data source in 2004 should be taken into account when comparing data for 1997-2003 with the following years.
From 2012 onwards partially registry data. Change in data sources in 2012 should be taken into account when comparing previous years with the following years.
In case of poverty indicators the year shows the income year, in case of deprivation indicators the year shows the survey year. From 2019, the term 'deprivation' is being used instead of material and severe material deprivation.
Collection of the data necessary for the publication of this table was co-funded by the European Union.
Data for 2021 has been revised on 06.12.2022.