Ireland - Population unable to keep home adequately warm: Above 60% of median equivalised income was 2.50% in December of 2021, according to the EUROSTAT. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Ireland - Population unable to keep home adequately warm: Above 60% of median equivalised income - last updated from the EUROSTAT on June of 2023. Historically, Ireland - Population unable to keep home adequately warm: Above 60% of median equivalised income reached a record high of 8.30% in December of 2013 and a record low of 1.90% in December of 2003.

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 ireland population unable to keep home adequately warm above 60percent of median equivalised income eurostat data
Population Unable To Keep Home Adequately Warm: Above 60% Of Median Equivalised Income
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Lithuania 20.50 20.40 % Dec 2021
Greece 14.10 12.80 % Dec 2022
Romania 6.70 5.90 % Dec 2021
Malta 5.70 5.60 % Dec 2021
Euro Area 5.20 5.80 % Dec 2021
France 4.50 4.80 % Dec 2021
Belgium 4.10 2.50 % Dec 2022
Poland 4.10 2.30 % Dec 2022
Slovakia 4.00 4.00 % Dec 2021
Hungary 3.90 3.80 % Dec 2022
Latvia 3.80 2.60 % Dec 2022
Croatia 3.70 2.70 % Dec 2022
Estonia 2.60 1.70 % Dec 2022
Ireland 2.50 2.70 % Dec 2021
Czech Republic 2.40 1.70 % Dec 2022
Austria 2.30 1.20 % Dec 2022
Luxembourg 1.90 3.20 % Dec 2021
Denmark 1.90 1.90 % Dec 2021
Sweden 1.40 1.90 % Dec 2021
Finland 1.00 1.00 % Dec 2022
Ireland | EUROSTAT Indicators