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This part of our site allows interested users to download the set of standard tabulations that are produced as part of the recoding and standardisation of each country's sample. These tabulations are intended to be used in the drafting of a series of country reports. However, given their general nature, they are being made available via the Internet. To download a set of tables please click on the button that corresponds to the country and topic, which you are interested in (the tables are Excel 5 spreadsheets compressed with PKZIP 2.04e). For a list of the tabulations included under each topic please see the NOTES at the bottom of the page.

Countries in alphabetical order Living arrangements Institutionalization Work and Retirement Housing Conditions Income Disabilities
 
Bulgaria ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP
 
Canada* ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP
 
Czech Republic ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP
 
Estonia ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP
 
Finland ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP
 
Hungary ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP
 
Italy ZIP ZIP
 
Latvia ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP
 
Lithuania ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP
 
Romania ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP
 
Russia ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP
 
Switzerland ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP
 
Turkey ZIP ZIP
 
United Kingdom ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP ZIP
 
USA

NOTE:
*  The tables for Canada are based partly on imputed information.
The tabulations included under each topic are as follows:

 
Living Arrangements
Table 2.1 Household size by age and sex of the sampled person.
Table 2.2 Generations present in the households of the sampled persons by age, sex and marital status (non-institutionalized population)
Table 2.3 Kin present in one- or two-generation households by age and sex of the sampled person
Table 2.4 Kin present in three- or more generation households by age and sex of the sampled person
Table 2.5 Number of persons living in the same household by age, sex, and marital status of the sampled person (non-institutional population)
Table 2.6a Women living in one or two generation households by age, sex, and number of surviving children
Table 2.6b Women living in one or two generation households by age, sex, and number of children ever born
Table 2.7a Women living in three or more generation households by age, sex, and number of surviving children
Table 2.7b Women living in three or more generation households by age, sex, and number of children ever born
Institutionalization
Table 3.1 Number of sampled persons by age, sex, marital status, and institutionalization status
Table 3.2 Number of sampled persons living in institutions by age, sex, marital status and duration of residence
Table 3.3 Number and type of income sources of sampled persons living in institutions by age, sex and marital status
Work and Retirement:
Table 4.1 Economic activity by age, sex and marital status
Table 4.2 Economic activity by age, sex and educational level
Table 4.3 Economic activity by age, sex and number of generations present in the household
Housing Conditions:
Table 5.1 Dwelling size and number of rooms per person by age, sex and marital status
Table 5.2 Dwelling size and number of rooms per person by age, sex and number of generations present in the household
Table 5.3 Household amenities by age, sex and marital status
Table 5.4 Household amenities by age, sex and number of generations present in the household
Income:
Table 6.1 Type of income sources of persons living in single-person households by age, sex and marital status
Table 6.2 Type of income sources of persons living in two- or three-person households by age, sex, marital status and number of household income recipients
Table 6.3 Type of income sources of persons living in four- or more person households by age, sex, marital status and number of household income recipients
Disabilities
Table 7.1 Disability status of persons by age, sex, and number of generations present in the household
Table 7.2 Disability status of persons in by age, sex, and source of income