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 At-risk-of-poverty rate (After social transfers - %) of resident population with 18 and more years old
Characteristic Description
Name At-risk-of-poverty rate (After social transfers - %) of resident population with 18 and more years old by Sex and Activity status (Most frequent); Annual
Regularity Annual
Source Statistics Portugal, Statistics on income and living conditions
First available period 2003
Last available period 2018
Dimensions
  • Data reference period
  • Geographic localization
  • Sex
  • Activity status (Most frequent)
Concepts
  • RESIDENT POPULATION:  Set of persons who, regardless of being present or absent in a given housing unit at the moment of observation, have lived in the place of their usual residence for a continuous period of 12 months prior to the moment of observation, or have arrived to the place of their usual residence during the period of 12 months prior to the moment of observation, with the purpose of living there for a year, at least.
  • AT-RISK-OF POVERTY:  Condition of the resident population with an equivalised disposable income below the at-risk-of-poverty threshold.
  • LABOUR FORCE STATUS:  The status of an individual with respect to his/her economic activity during the reference period, liable of being considered active or inactive.
  • REFERENCE PERIOD:  The length of time for which data are collected, e.g. a specific day, month or year.
Measure unit (symbol) Percentage (%)
Power of 10  0
Observations The methodology for obtaining the disposable income, which is now including pensions from individual private plans, has changed in the current exercise, as introduced by Eurostat. In consequence, all indicators were revised in order to take this new and more extensive version of the households disposable income, with a retrospective impact to the whole series.
Last update date 26/11/2019


information presented in 3/6/2020