National elections 2019

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National elections 2019

On Sunday, the FSO will publish from 1pm onwards the latest results from the National Council and Council of States elections for 2019 on an ongoing basis both at cantonal and national levels. Follow the results in the communes via the maps in the Political Atlas.

Swiss Health Survey

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Swiss Health Survey 2017

The impact of social differences on health does not disappear with age. Persons aged 55 and over with a tertiary education generally enjoy better health and have better health habits than those with basic education.

Buildings and Dwellings Statistics

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Buildings and Dwellings Statistics 2018

At the end of 2018, there were 1.75 million residential buildings and 4.53 million dwellings in Switzerland. More than half of the buildings were single-family houses and only one or two people lived in 46% of these buildings. An occupied dwelling was 102m2 on average and had 3.8 rooms.

Economic accounts for agriculture

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Economic accounts for agriculture: Estimates 2019

Nel 2019 l’agricoltura svizzera dovrebbe produrre un valore aggiunto lordo di circa 4,2 miliardi di franchi, il che corrisponde a un aumento del 2,1% rispetto al 2018. La situazione del mercato dei suini è migliorata e i raccolti di foraggio e di cereali sono più abbondanti.

 

Graph of the Week

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Buildings by period of construction

What percentage of buildings in Switzerland were built before 1946? How many were built subsequently? And what are the differences between the cantons? See our graph of the week to find out.

Publications

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Federal elections 2019

The official, provisional, computer-readable results of the federal elections updated in real-time (open government data) will be published from midday onwards on 20.10.2019 by the Federal Statistical Office on opendata.swiss. Find out more!

 

In focus

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Experimental statistics

Experimental statistics are produced using new methods and/or new data sources.

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Reuse of data

The Federal Council wishes to make data management in the public sector easier and more efficient by reusing data. Four pilot projects will be launched at the Federal Statistical Office.

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Special FSO website for the Federal elections 2019

Visit the election website specially developed for the 2019 federal elections and take a look at the results of the National Council and Council of States elections.

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Mobility and transport: pocket statistics 2018

The brochure “Mobility and transport – Pocket
statistics 2018”  contains the key
facts and figures on transport in Switzerland.

Data Innovation Strategy

Data Innovation Strategy

The FSO has adopted a new data innovation strategy. This constitutes the first response by official statistics to the challenges posed by the digital revolution.

Multi-Annual Programme

Multi-Annual Programme

The multi-annual programme for statistics is a management and planning foundation for the long-term strategy of federal statistics.

Surveys

Swiss Labour Force Survey (SLFS)

The main purpose of the SLFS is to provide information on the structure of the labour force and employment behaviour patterns.

Language, religion and culture survey

The survey on language, religion and culture has the aim of providing statistical information on the current situation and the evolution of practices in these areas.

Swiss Earnings Structure Survey (ESS)

The Swiss Earnings Structure Survey is a written survey, carried out every two years in enterprises in Switzerland.

Remark

Our English pages offer only a limited range of information on our statistical production. For our full range please consult our pages in French and German (top right hand screen).

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