At-risk-of-poverty rate by type of household: adult and child(ren). The share of single parents with an equalised yearly disposable income lower than the at-risk-of-poverty threshold.
Household – a group of persons living in the common main dwelling (at the same address), who share joint financial and/or food resources and whose members consider themselves to belong to the same household. Household can also consist of one member only.
Adult and child(ren) – household consisting of one adult and at least one dependent child.
Dependent child – a household member aged 0–17 (as at 1 January of the reference year) or a household member aged 18–24 who is economically inactive and living with at least one parent.
At-risk-of-poverty rate – share of persons with an equalised yearly disposable income lower than the at-risk-of-poverty threshold.
At-risk-of-poverty threshold – 60% of the median equalised yearly disposable income of household members.
Equalised income – total household income, which is divided by a sum of equivalence scales of all household members.
Disaggregated by: year, type of household
Source: Statistics Estonia, Estonian Social Survey (ESS)
|Type of household||2005||2006||2007||2008||2009||2010||2011||2012||2013|
|Single parent with one or more dependent children||40||42,2||37,8||37,2||34,7||33,7||32||38,5||37,2|