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People > Housing > Occupants of houses without all facilities: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Number of people who live in a household where at least one of the following eight characteristics is lacking: located in a permanent building; access to a street or to common space; was intended to be occupied by one household; piped water within dwelling; toilet within dwelling; fixed bath or shower within dwelling; kitchen or space for cooking within dwelling.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Mexico 36.36 million 2010
2 Poland 19.93 million 2002
3 Romania 14.81 million 2002
4 Peru 13 million 2007
5 Colombia 12.03 million 2005
6 Costa Rica 3.92 million 2011
7 Turkey 2.2 million 2011
8 Nicaragua 2.05 million 2005
9 Chile 1.72 million 2002
10 Slovakia 1.2 million 2011
11 Austria 899,790 2001
12 Latvia 702,944 2000
13 Lithuania 686,321 2011
14 Hungary 585,941 2011
15 Czech Republic 562,111 2011
16 Jamaica 470,522 2011
17 Finland 402,782 2010
18 Greece 225,610 2001
19 Palestine 214,735 1997
20 Bulgaria 209,405 2011
21 Croatia 208,330 2001
22 United Kingdom 179,758 2001
23 Portugal 148,770 2011
24 Slovenia 96,136 2002
25 Estonia 88,493 2011
26 Switzerland 20,777 2000
27 Canada 9,670 2011
28 Ireland 7,106 2011
29 Aruba 4,094 2000
30 Liechtenstein 0.0 2010

Citation

"All countries compared for People > Housing > Occupants of houses without all facilities", United Nations Statistics Division. Source tables. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/People/Housing/Occupants-of-houses-without-all-facilities

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