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Eurostat

Highest risk of poverty or social exclusion for non-EU citizens in Greece and Belgium


In all EU28 Member States the at risk of poverty or social exclusion rate was higher for non-EU citizens aged 18 and over than for nationals. At least half of non-EU citizens aged 18 and over were at risk of poverty or social exclusion in Greece (72.1%), Belgium (68.4%), Spain (59.5%), France (55.8%), Croatia (53.2%), Portugal (51.7%) and Slovenia (50.6%). The lowest rates were recorded in the Czech Republic (30.8%) and Malta (31.4%).
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In 2013 in the EU28, almost half (48.7%) of non-EU citizens aged 18 and over were at risk of poverty or social
exclusion, while the levels for citizens of the reporting country, referred to as “nationals”, and for citizens of another EU Member State were much lower (22.8% and 28.1% respectively).

The pattern was very similar for the severe material deprivation rate, one of the three elements contributing to
being at risk of poverty or social exclusion. In 2013 in the EU28, out of every 5 non-EU citizens aged 18 and over
(20.7%) was severely materially deprived, meaning that they had living conditions constrained by a lack of
resources such as not being able to afford to pay their bills, keep their home adequately warm, or take a one week holiday away from home. The share was 8.9% for nationals and even lower for citizens of another EU Member State (7.4%).

Looking at housing conditions, nearly a third (32.0%) of non-EU citizens aged 18 and over lived in an in 2013 in the EU28. In comparison, the rates were just over 15% for nationals (15.3%) and for citizens of another EU Member State (15.6%).

Highest risk of poverty or social exclusion for non-EU citizens in Greece and Belgium

In all EU28 Member States for which comparable data are available, the at risk of poverty or social exclusion rate
was higher for non-EU citizens aged 18 and over than for nationals. At least half of non-EU citizens aged 18 and
over were at risk of poverty or social exclusion in Greece (72.1%), Belgium (68.4%), Spain (59.5%), France
(55.8%), Croatia (53.2%), Portugal (51.7%) and Slovenia (50.6%). The lowest rates were recorded in the Czech
Republic (30.8%) and Malta (31.4%).

At risk of poverty or social exclusion rates differ the most between non-EU citizens and nationals  in Belgium, France, Greece and Spain

In 2013 across Member States for which comparable data are available, the largest differences between the share
of non-EU citizens and nationals aged 18 and over being at risk of poverty or social exclusion were recorded in
Belgium (68.4% for non-EU citizens compared with 18.4% for nationals, or +50.0 percentage points), followed by
France (+39.9 pp), Greece (+39.5 pp) and Spain (+36.2 pp). At EU28 level, the difference between at risk of
poverty or social exclusion rate for non-EU citizens (48.7%) and for nationals (22.8%) was 25.9 pp in 2013.

Source: Eurostat

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