“The Portuguese are among the Europeans who take the least vacation. More than a third (38%) The Portuguese don’t have money for a week’s vacation. We are the seventh worst country, only comparable to the poorest and most indebted countries. Mail on Facebook on August 7, with a request for a polygraph Reality check.
“Displays a graph with data in percentagesIn 2020 people couldn’t afford a week off away from home“, in which Portugal stands out.”The seventh highest percentage in Europe“, the above amount is 38%. above ranking Figure Romania with 56%while at the opposite end Norway is only 7%.
Data is available trueCollected from Eurostat (you can consult Here), Statistical Office of the European Union.
Population percentage is the problem A person aged 16 or over is financially incompetent To enjoy a week’s holiday away from home until 2020, Eurostat has already provided data for 2021 for some countries (this does not apply to Portugal.
For Portugal, despite the high percentage 38.1% Recorded in 2021 (actually, The The seventh is high between member states of the European Union and Much higher than average It was one of 27 countries, in the same year 28.6%), that is the truth is decreasing Over the last few years: M 2010For example, is 64.6%.
In 2020, the countries with the highest percentages (above Portugal) Romania 56.1%Greece 53.1%, Croatia 49.4%, Cyprus 42.6%, Bulgaria 39.3% and Hungary 38.8%.
are at opposite ends of the table Norway and Switzerland, with 6.9% and 7.9% respectively, two countries that are not in the EU. Limited to 27 Member States, The lowest percentage is in Sweden, Com 9.7%.
Regarding the existing 2021 data, it should be noted that the percentage has become even higher in Romania. 60%.