Latvia - Impact of social transfers (excluding pensions) on poverty reduction: Females was 22.70% in December of 2022, according to the EUROSTAT. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Latvia - Impact of social transfers (excluding pensions) on poverty reduction: Females - last updated from the EUROSTAT on June of 2023. Historically, Latvia - Impact of social transfers (excluding pensions) on poverty reduction: Females reached a record high of 29.62% in December of 2011 and a record low of 12.73% in December of 2008.

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Impact Of Social Transfers (excluding Pensions) On Poverty Reduction: Females
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Ireland 59.12 52.60 % Dec 2021
Denmark 54.93 54.34 % Dec 2021
Finland 49.24 59.92 % Dec 2022
Belgium 48.67 52.55 % Dec 2022
Sweden 45.67 42.67 % Dec 2021
France 44.69 44.78 % Dec 2021
Slovenia 42.73 44.73 % Dec 2021
Slovakia 41.28 40.00 % Dec 2021
Germany 41.00 39.86 % Dec 2022
Austria 40.39 42.26 % Dec 2022
Poland 37.61 34.75 % Dec 2022
Czech Republic 36.79 44.20 % Dec 2022
Cyprus 36.44 32.89 % Dec 2021
Lithuania 32.33 27.13 % Dec 2021
Estonia 26.57 27.99 % Dec 2022
Malta 26.53 21.12 % Dec 2021
Spain 26.22 29.97 % Dec 2022
Bulgaria 22.75 29.29 % Dec 2022
Latvia 22.70 22.19 % Dec 2022
Greece 19.17 20.80 % Dec 2022
Romania 17.38 15.46 % Dec 2021
Latvia | EUROSTAT Indicators