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Document 32021R2052

Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2021/2052 of 24 November 2021 specifying technical items of data sets of the sample survey in the income and living conditions domain on Labour market and housing, Intergenerational transmission of advantages and disadvantages, Housing difficulties, and the 2023 ad hoc subject on Households energy efficiency pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2019/1700 of the European Parliament and of the Council (Text with EEA relevance)

C/2021/8267

OJ L 420, 25.11.2021, p. 23–54 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, GA, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

Date of entry into force unknown (pending notification) or not yet in force., Date of effect: 15/12/2021

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg_impl/2021/2052/oj

25.11.2021   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 420/23


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2021/2052

of 24 November 2021

specifying technical items of data sets of the sample survey in the income and living conditions domain on Labour market and housing, Intergenerational transmission of advantages and disadvantages, Housing difficulties, and the 2023 ad hoc subject on Households energy efficiency pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2019/1700 of the European Parliament and of the Council

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EU) 2019/1700 of the European Parliament and the Council of 10 October 2019 establishing a common framework for European statistics relating to persons and households, based on data at individual level collected from samples, amending Regulations (EC) No 808/2004, (EC) No 452/2008 and (EC) No 1338/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council, and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1177/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council and Council Regulation (EC) No 577/98 (1), and in particular Article 7(1) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

To ensure that implementation of the income and living conditions domain is conducted accurately, the Commission should specify the technical items of the data sets on Labour market and Housing, Intergenerational transmission of advantages and disadvantages, Housing difficulties, and the 2023 ad hoc subject on Households energy efficiency.

(2)

Income and living conditions domain provides information required by the European Semester and the European Pillar of Social Rights, in particular on income distribution, poverty and social exclusion. It also provides information for various other EU policies related to living conditions and poverty. There is a strong policy need for detailed information on Labour market and Housing, Intergenerational transmission of advantages and disadvantages, Housing difficulties. The ad hoc subject of Households energy efficiency is of key importance especially in view of the Recommendation for Member States on tackling energy poverty.

(3)

The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the European Statistical System Committee established by Article 7 of Regulation (EC) No 223/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council (2).

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

The technical characteristics of the data sets in the income and living conditions domain as regards the detailed topics Labour market and housing, Intergenerational transmission of advantages and disadvantages, Housing difficulties, and the 2023 ad hoc subject on Households energy efficiency are set out in the Annex and refer to:

(a)

the variable’s identifier;

(b)

the variable’s name;

(c)

the modality label and code;

(d)

the collection unit;

(e)

the mode of collection;

(f)

the reference period.

Article 2

This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 24 November 2021.

For the Commission

The President

Ursula VON DER LEYEN


(1)  OJ L 261I, 14.10.2019, p. 1.

(2)  Regulation (EC) No 223/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2009 on European statistics and repealing Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1101/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the transmission of data subject to statistical confidentiality to the Statistical Office of the European Communities, Council Regulation (EC) No 322/97 on Community Statistics, and Council Decision 89/382/EEC, Euratom establishing a Committee on the Statistical Programmes of the European Communities (OJ L 87, 31.3.2009, p. 164).


ANNEX

Technical characteristics of variables

Variable’s identifier

Variable name

Modality code

Modality label

Collection unit

Mode of collection

Reference period

Detailed topic: Characteristics of the workplace

PL230

Public/private employment sector

1

Public

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

Current

2

Private

3

Mixed

99

Don’t know

PL230_F

Public/private employment sector (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (PL032≠1)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PW100

Job satisfaction

0-10

Not at all satisfied to Completely satisfied

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity)

Current

99

Do not know

PW100_F

Job Satisfaction (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (PL032≠1)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PL260

Usual hours worked per week

1 - 99

Number of hours

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

Income reference period

PL260_F

Usual hours worked per week (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (PL211≠1-4)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PL130

Size of the local unit for main job

1-9

Exact number of persons, if between 1 and 9

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

Current

10

10 to 19 persons

11

20 to 49 persons

12

50 to 249 persons

13

250 persons or more

14

Do not know but less than 10 persons

15

Do not know but 10 persons or more

PL130_F

Size of the local unit for main job (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (PL032≠1)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

Detailed topic: Employment status

PL035

Worked at least one hour during the previous week

1

Yes

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

Previous week

2

No

PL035_F

Worked at least one hour during the previous week (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (RB081≠16-74)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PL025

Available for work

1

Yes

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity)

Current

2

No

PL025_F

Available for work (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (PL035=1)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PL020

Actively looking for job

1

Yes

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity)

Past four weeks

2

No

PL020_F

Actively looking for job (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (PL035=1)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PL120

Reason for working less than 30 hours

1

Undergoing education or training

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity)

Current

2

Personal illness or disability

3

Wants to work more hours but cannot find a job(s) or work(s) of more hours

4

Do not want to work more hours

5

Number of hours in all job(s) are considered as a full-time job

6

Housework, looking after children or other persons

7

Other reasons

PL120_F

Reason for working less than 30 hours (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (PL032≠1 or (PL032=1 and PL060 + PL100 >30))

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PL280

Length of registration of unemployment

1

The whole period

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

Period of unemployment during the income reference period

2

Part of the period

3

Not registered at all

PL280_F

Length of registration of unemployment (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (PL211≠5 or RB081≠16-74)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

Detailed topic: Educational attainment-details, including education interrupted or abandoned

PE030

Year when highest level of education was attained

 

year (Four digits)

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

Current

PE030_F

Year when highest level of education was attained (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (PE041 = 000)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PE050

Education interrupted or abandoned

1

Yes, one

All current household members aged 16-34 or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

Lifetime

2

Yes, several

3

No

PE050_F

Education interrupted or abandoned (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (RB081 ≠16-34 or never attended school)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

Detailed topic: Housing conditions details, including deprivation and imputed rent

HS160

Problems with the dwelling: too dark, not enough light

1

Yes

Household

Household respondent

Current

2

No

HS160_F

Problems with the dwelling: too dark, not enough light (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

HS170

Noise from neighbours or from the street

1

Yes

Household

Household respondent

Current

2

No

HS170_F

Noise from neighbours or from the street (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

HC020

Size of the dwelling in square meters

0-999

Square meters

Household

Household respondentor registers

Current

HC020_F

Size of the dwelling in square meters (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

HC080

Overall satisfaction with the dwelling

1

Very dissatisfied

Household

Household respondent

Current

2

Dissatisfied

3

Satisfied

4

Very satisfied

HC080_F

Overall satisfaction with the dwelling (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

HY030

Imputed rent

0-99 999 999,99

Amount (national currency)

Household

Estimated

Income reference period

HY030_F

Imputed rent (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

HH040

Leaking roof, damp walls/floors/foundation, or rot in window frames or floor

1

Yes

Household

Household respondent

Current

2

No

HH040_F

Leaking roof, damp walls/floors/foundation, or rot in window frames or floor (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

HS140

Financial burden of the total housing cost

1

A heavy burden

Household

Household respondent

Current

2

A slight burden

3

Not a burden at all

HS140_F

Financial burden of the total housing cost (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (no housing cost)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

HS180

Pollution, grime or other environmental problems

1

Yes

Household

Household respondent

Current

2

No

HS180_F

Pollution, grime or other environmental problems (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

HS190

Crime, violence or vandalism in the area

1

Yes

Household

Household respondent

Current

2

No

HS190_F

Crime, violence or vandalism in the area (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

HH081

Bath or shower in dwelling (OPTIONAL)

1

Yes, for sole use of the household

Household

Household respondent

Current

2

Yes, shared

3

No

HH081_F

Bath or shower in dwelling (OPTIONAL) (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”

-8

Not applicable (variable not collected)

HH091

Indoor flushing toilet for sole use of the household (OPTIONAL)

1

Yes, for sole use of the household

Household

Household respondent

Current

2

Yes, shared

3

No

HH091_F

Indoor flushing toilet for sole use of the household (OPTIONAL) (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”

-8

Not applicable (variable not collected)

Detailed topic: Intergenerational transmission of advantages and disadvantages

PT220

Type of household when respondent was around 14 years old

1

Private household

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity)

When respondent was around 14 years old

2

Lived in a collective household or institution

PT220_F

Type of household when respondent was around 14 years old (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-3

Not selected respondent

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PT230

Presence of mother when respondent was around 14 years old

1

Yes

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity)

When respondent was around 14 years old

2

No, she did not live in the same household but I had contact

3

No, she did not live in the same household and I had no contact

4

No, deceased

PT230_F

Presence of mother when respondent was around 14 years old (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not “selected respondent”

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PT240

Presence of father when respondent was around 14 years old

1

Yes

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity)

When respondent was around 14 years old

2

No, he did not live in the same household but I had contact

3

No, he did not live in the same household and I had no contact

4

No, deceased

PT240_F

Presence of father when respondent was around 14 years old (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not “selected respondent”

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PT070

Citizenship of the father (OPTIONAL)

99

Country of main citizenship (SCL GEO alpha-2 code)

Don’t know

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

When respondent was around 14 years old

PT070_F

Citizenship of the father (OPTIONAL) (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not selected respondent

-5

Not applicable (father not present and no contact or deceased)

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

-8

Not applicable (variable not collected)

PT100

Citizenship of the mother (OPTIONAL)

99

Country of main citizenship (SCL GEO alpha-2 code)

Don’t know

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

When respondent was around 14 years old

PT100_F

Citizenship of the mother (OPTIONAL) (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not selected respondent

-5

Not applicable (mother not present and no contact or deceased)

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

-8

Not applicable (variable not collected)

PT110

Highest level of education attained by the father

1

Low level (less than primary, primary education or lower secondary education)

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

When respondent was around 14 years old

2

Medium level (upper secondary education and past-secondary education non-tertiary education)

3

High level (short-cycle tertiary education, bachelor’s or equivalent level, master’s or equivalent level, doctoral or equivalent level)

99

Don’t know

PT110_F

Highest level of education attained by the father (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not selected respondent

-5

Not applicable (father not present and no contact or deceased)

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PT120

Highest level of education attained by the mother

1

Low level (less than primary, primary education or lower secondary education)

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity)or registers

When respondent was around 14 years old

2

Medium level (upper secondary education and past-secondary education non-tertiary education)

3

High level (short-cycle tertiary education, bachelor’s or equivalent level, master’s or equivalent level, doctoral or equivalent level)

99

Don’t know

PT120_F

Highest level of education attained by the mother (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not selected respondent

-5

Not applicable (mother not present and no contact or deceased)

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PT130

Activity status of the father when respondent was around 14 years old

1

Employed

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

When respondent was around 14 years old

2

Self-employed (including family worker)

3

Unemployed

4

In retirement or in early retirement

5

Fulfilling domestic tasks

6

Inability to work due to long-standing health problems’

7

Other inactive person

99

Don’t know

PT130_F

Activity status of the father when respondent was around 14 years old (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not selected respondent

-5

Not applicable (father not present and no contact or deceased)

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PT160

Activity status of the mother when respondent was around 14 years old

1

Employed

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

When respondent was around 14 years old

2

Self-employed (including family worker)

3

Unemployed

4

In retirement or in early retirement

5

Fulfilling domestic tasks

6

Inability to work due to long-standing health problems’

7

Other inactive person

99

Don’t know

PT160_F

Activity status of the mother when respondent was around 14 years old (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not selected respondent

-5

Not applicable (mother not present and no contact or deceased)

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PT150

Main occupation of the father when respondent was around 14 years old (OPTIONAL)

 

ISCO-08 (COM) code (1 digit)

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

When respondent was around 14 years old

99

Don’t know

PT150_F

Main occupation of the father when respondent was around 14 years old (OPTIONAL) (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not selected respondent

-4

Not applicable father not employed

-5

Not applicable (father not present and no contact or deceased)

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

-8

Not applicable (variable not collected)

PT180

Main occupation of the mother when respondent was around 14 years old (OPTIONAL)

 

ISCO-08 (COM) code (1 digit)

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

When respondent was around 14 years old

99

Don’t know

PT180_F

Main occupation of the mother when respondent was around 14 years old (OPTIONAL) (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not selected respondent

-4

Not applicable mother not employed

-5

Not applicable (mother not present and no contact or deceased)

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

-8

Not applicable (variable not collected)

PT210

Tenancy status when respondent was around 14 years old

1

Owned

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity) or registers

When respondent was around 14 years old

2

Rented

3

Accommodation provided for free

99

Don’t know

PT210_F

Tenancy status when respondent was around 14 years old (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not selected respondent

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PT190

Financial situation of the household when respondent was around 14 years old

1

Very bad

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity)

When respondent was around 14 years old

2

Bad

3

Moderately bad

4

Moderately good

5

Good

6

Very good

99

Don’t know

PT190_F

Financial situation of the household when respondent was around 14 years old (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not selected respondent

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PT260

Basic school needs (books and equipment for school) met when respondent was around 14 years old

1

Yes

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity)

When respondent was around 14 years old

2

No, due to financial reasons

3

No, other reason

PT260_F

Basic school needs (books and equipment for school) met when respondent was around 14 years old (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not selected respondent

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PT270

Having daily meal with meat, chicken, fish (or vegetarian equivalent) when respondent was around 14 years old

1

Yes

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity)

When respondent was around 14 years old

2

No, due to financial reasons

3

No, other reason

PT270_F

Having daily meal with meat, chicken, fish (or vegetarian equivalent) when respondent was around 14 years old (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not selected respondent

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PT280

One week of annual holiday away from home when respondent was around 14 years old

1

Yes

All current household members or selected respondent (if applicable) aged 25-59

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity)

When respondent was around 14 years old

2

No, due to financial reasons

3

No, other reason

PT280_F

One week of annual holiday away from home when respondent was around 14 years old (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (lived in a collective household or institution)

-3

Not selected respondent

-6

Not in age range (25-59)

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

Detailed topic: Housing difficulties (including renting difficulties) and reasons

PHD01

Past experience of housing difficulties

1

Yes, staying with friends or relatives temporarily

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons aged 16-24)

Lifetime

2

Yes, staying in emergency or other temporary accommodation

3

Yes, staying in a place not intended as a permanent home

4

Yes, sleeping rough or sleeping in public space

5

No

PHD01_F

Past experience of housing difficulties (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PHD07

When housing difficulties took place (OPTIONAL)

1

Within last 5 years

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons aged 16-24)

Lifetime

2

More than 5 years ago

PHD07_F

When housing difficulties took place (OPTIONAL) (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (PHD01=5)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

-8

Not applicable (variable not collected)

PHD02

Duration of the most recent experience of housing difficulties (OPTIONAL)

 

Duration (number of months)

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview

Lifetime

PHD02_F

Duration of the most recent experience of housing difficulties (OPTIONAL) (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (PHD01=5)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

-8

Not applicable (variable not collected)

PHD03

Main reason for past housing difficulties

1

Relationship or family problems

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons aged 16-24)

Lifetime

2

Health problems

3

Unemployment

4

End of rental contract

5

Uninhabitable accommodation

6

Leaving an institution after a long stay and no home to go to

7

Financial problems/Insufficient income

8

Other

PHD03_F

Main reason for past housing difficulties (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (PHD01=5)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PHD05

Exit from housing difficulties

1

Existing, new or renewed relationship with family or partner

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons aged 16-24)

Lifetime

2

Addressed health problems

3

Gained employment

4

Moved into social or subsidised private housing

5

Other

6

Still experiencing housing difficulties

PHD05_F

Exit from housing difficulties (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (PHD01=5)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

PHD06

Renting difficulties

1

Yes

All current household members aged 16 and over or selected respondent (where applies)

Personal interview (proxy as an exception for persons temporarily away or in incapacity)

Last 12 months

2

No

PHD06_F

Renting difficulties (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-2

Not applicable (HH021=1,2,5)

-3

Not selected respondent

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

2023 ad hoc subject- Households energy efficiency

HC001

Heating system used

1

District heating network/teleheating

Household

Household respondent or registers

Current

2

Central heating system

3

Individual heating system

4

Non-fixed heating

5

No heating at all

99

Don’t know

HC001_F

Heating system used (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

HC002

Main energy source

1

Electricity

Household

Household respondent or registers

Current

2

Gas (natural or propane)

3

Oil

4

Biomass

5

Wood logs

6

Coal

7

Renewable energy

8

Other

99

Don’t know

HC002_F

Main energy source (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

HC003

Renovation (thermal insulation, windows or heating system)

1

Yes- three or more measures

Household

Household respondent

Last 5 years

2

Yes-two measures

3

Yes-one measure

4

No

99

Don’t know

HC003_F

Renovation (thermal insulation, windows or heating system) (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

HC060

Inability to keep the dwelling comfortably warm during winter

1

Yes

Household

Household respondent

Usual

2

No

HC060_F

Inability to keep the dwelling comfortably warm during winter (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

HC070

Inability to keep the dwelling comfortably cool during summer (OPTIONAL)

1

Yes

Household

Household respondent

Usual

2

No

HC070_F

Inability to keep the dwelling comfortably cool during summer (OPTIONAL) (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

-8

Not applicable (variable not collected)

HC004

Type of windows (OPTIONAL)

1

Only single glazing

Household

Household respondent

Current

2

Only double glazing

3

Only triple glazing

4

Mixed single and double/triple glazing

5

Mixed double and triple glazing

99

Don’t know

HC004_F

Type of windows (OPTIONAL) (flag)

1

Filled

 

 

 

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

-8

Not applicable (variable not collected)

HC005

Year of construction (OPTIONAL)

1

Before 1945

Household

Household respondent or registers

Current

2

1946-1960

3

1961-1980

4

1981-2000

5

2001-2020

6

2021 or after

99

Don’t know

HC005_F

Year of construction (OPTIONAL) (flag)

1

Collected via survey/interview

 

 

 

2

Collected from administrative data

3

Imputed

4

Not possible to establish a source

-1

Missing

-7

Not applicable (Not collected according to the implementation of the “multiannual rolling planning”)

-8

Not applicable (variable not collected)


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