Censuses, periodical surveys

Censuses

Population census

Microcensus

Agricultural Censuses - agricultural surveys

Periodic data surveys

Main data of the supplementary surveys of the Labour Force Survey

Censuses

Population census

A population census is a complete survey of the population of a given area (country) at regular intervals, usually every 10 years, referring to a predetermined date. One part of the census questions concerns housing and another part concerns people. A separate questionnaire is used to survey community hostels, the so-called institutions. Main data and indicators of the census are presented in the Detailed tables by subject.

Microcensus

A microcensus is a population census that follows social processes between two complete censuses by sampling. It provides information on population size and composition by age, gender, marital status, education level, employment, nationality and many other demographics, but also provides a detailed overview of the main characteristics of households and families, as well as key data on the housing stock. Main data and indicators of the microcensus are available in our thematic publications and related tables.

Agricultural Censuses - agricultural survey

With the help of agricultural censuses we can give an overview of the Hungarian agriculture and the changes in the sector. Long-term tables with historical time series provide information on: gross agricultural production value by sector, changes in land area by cultivation, sown area, crop yield and average yields of major crops, trends in livestock size and production of animal products, changes in food and nutrient volumes

Periodic data surveys

Main data of the supplementary surveys of the Labour Force Survey

The Labour Force Survey is a quarterly sample survey of the population. The survey also includes supplementary surveys, the main results of which are presented in tables (trade unions, strike events, groups with disabilities in the labour market, volunteering, the situation of young people in the labour market, labour turnover in the labour market, self-employment).