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Descripción de la operación
Descripción de la operación
 

Knowing and quantifying the population in relation to studies, level of Basque, activity and mobility of people who reside in the Basque Country, as well as information on housing, requires various statistical sources. On the one hand, population counts have been carried out decennially, via the Population and Housing Censuses, and the Population and Housing Statistics, in an inter-census period; on the other hand, through the various municipal statistics (on Inhabitants, Housing, Education and Active population). Furthermore, using the administrative registries of the Municipal Register of Inhabitants as sources, there is a renewal of the municipal demographic information and the different characteristics.

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Definitions
Active Basque speakers
Active natural bilinguals
Active natural bilinguals in both languages
Active neo-Basque speakers
Active partially Castilianized
Active partially neo-Basque speakers
Active population
Activity rate
Actual population
Age (at the time of migration)
Area of residence
Basque language speakers
Basque speakers active in both languages
Branch of economic activity
Brothers and sisters
Building (Population and Housing Census 2011)
Building accessibility
Census section
Central hot water
Children in nuclear families
Children in the family
Collective establishments (EPV-2006)
Comfort index
Comfort index of main family dwellings
Completed studies (Population and Housing Census 2011)
Dependent inactive population
Dependent population
District
Dwelling
Economic sectors
Employment rate
Entity
External migratory balance (Population and housing censuses and Population and housing statistics)
Family
Family dwellings (CPV 2011)
Family dwellings (Population and housing census and Population and housing statistics)
Family nucleus
Family relationship
Family status
Heating
Illiteracy rate (Population and Housing Census 2011)
Illiterate population (Population and Housing Census 2011)
Inactive Population
Independent inactive population
Internal migratory balance (Population and housing censuses and Population and housing statistics)
Internet
Language spoken at home
Legal marital status
Legal population
Level of education
Lodgings
Mother tongue
Natural bilinguals
Neo-Basque speakers
Neo-Basque speakers active in both languages
Occupational and complementary training
Overall level of Basque language
Partial neo-Basque speakers
Partially Castilianized
Partially Castilianized active in both languages
Partially neo-Basque speakers active in both languages
Passive Basque speakers
Passive natural bilinguals
Passive neo-Basque speakers
Passive partially Castilianized
Passive partially neo-Basque speakers
People per room
Population in families
Population in work
Profession
Professional situation
Quality of the thoroughfare
Relation to activity
Residential habitat (11/13/2018)11/13/2018
Running water in the building
Schooling rate (Population and Housing Census 2011)
Socio-economic condition
Spanish speakers
Studies in progress
Telephone
Telephone line
Tenancy classification of the swelling
Tipe of family
Totally Castilianized
Type of family cohabitation
Type of studies in progress
Typology for the use of the basque language in the home
Typology of linguistic mobility
Unemployed population
Unemployment rate
Usable floor space
Usable floor space per person
 

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