Europe in numbers
In March 2017, following the Brexit referendum, the British Government formally initiated the process which will ultimately lead to the country's departure from the European Union.
Our Brexit Monitor looks at the development in the United Kingdom using selected socio-economic indicators. Since the country is linked in a number of ways with the other EU states, the interactive charts also present the development in Germany and in the EU as a whole.
In 2017, 7% of Germany’s popualtion lived in overcrowded dwellings. This means that the household had too few rooms compared to the number of inhabitants (details below). The overcrowding rate has remained largely constant in recent years.
.The Eurostat regional yearbook 2018 gives a detailed statistical picture of the regions of the Member States of the European Union (EU), as well as of the regions of EFTA and EU candidate countries based on texts, maps, figures, tables and infographics...