Housing condition in terms of facilities and noise

Definitions

The indicator uses two criteria to analyse housing conditions:

1) The indicator is defined as the percentage of the population faced with at least one of the following four major housing problems:
• damp housing (leaking roof; damp walls, floors or foundations; rotten window frames or floors),
• too dark,
• no shower or bath,
• no private indoor flushing toilet.

2) Percentage of people living in a noisy neighbourhood.

A single member of the household was asked these questions and the answers are imputed to all household members. For households comprised of several adults with a different migration status, the same value is entered for persons with a migration background and for those without.

Methodologies

Following changes to the survey framework and improvements in the weighting model, results from 2014 on can no longer be directly compared with those from previous years (series break).

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