Regional statistics offers data relating to units of area, settlements, about economic, social and environmental phenomena, processes, respectively contributes to regional impoundment. The goal of regional statistics is to provide reference, information for users by making public regionally detailed data originating from the HCSO data collection system, as well as data and information taken over from external bodies. It incorporates detailed and comprehensive statistics about the situation and development of regions, counties, districts, settlements and units of area outside administrative boundaries (e.g. in-settlements georeferenced data).
Natural decrease per one thousand inhabitants
Difference between live-births and mortality per one thousand inhabitants by counties.
The yearbook presents how demographic, socio-economic trends and environmental characteristics changed over time in Hungary. The main indicators are illustrated in time series or regional comparisons by charts and maps; the interactive versions of these are available on our website. Spatial disparities among counties and regions as well as international indicators are presented in separate chapters. The internet annex contains the publication in PDF format and all tables in Excel format.
Data related on settlements and districts of Budapest in the Dissemination database are updated twice this year, as such part of the 2019 serial settlement and district data, are available from 31 July, four months earlier than it was customary before. The list of topics in question are available on the first page of each dataset.
Every year the Statistical Pocketbook of Hungary is the first detailed tabular publication comprising all themes, which provides information on socio-economic processes in the previous year according to preliminary data. Its regional chapter presents the different regions, while its international chapter allows for comparisons of major data primarily on member states of the European Union. The interpretation of figures is supported by methodological description and while orientation by several charts.
2018 data have been added to the indices regarding the categories accessible within the application. At present thematic maps may be compiled based on close to 300 indices in 24 categories for different territorial levels of our country. The visualised indices may be filtered for territorial units, for years and for further utilisation data tables may be downloaded and the maps could be exported as images.
The Yearbook, available in both Hungarian and English, presents the social and economic situation of Budapest for the reference year by means of tables. In addition to a detailed overview of each topic, the most important indicators are presented in long time series dating back to 1990. The detailed chapters also contain information per district. A separate chapter summarizes the main data of the Budapest agglomeration. In addition to the printed form, the Statistical Yearbook of Budapest is also published as an electronic publication on our e-shelf.
The book sums up the major indicators of socio-economic processes on different levels of the spatial network. Reviews these from counties’, regions’ population and environment point of view and shows regional data of the European Union, too.
The Detailed Gazetteer of Hungary is a repository of data, containing the administrative classification of settlements in Hungary and the main changes in regional structuring. It includes the basic data of localities, population census data on resident population, dwelling stock, area, as well as nationality and religious distribution, and the characteristics of parts of settlements by postal code and by character of settlement.
We present within the Regional Atlas the administrative units of Hungary, the other statistical-purpose territorial units, the results of different Hungarian standardisations and mark-offs as well as the territorial units smaller than settlements; moreover we offer an insight into the territorial classification of the European Union: the NUTS system.
The Interactive visualising mapping application (TIMEA) makes possible the compilation of thematic maps of Hungary on different territorial levels. There are several setting and filtering options for representing the chosen statistical data or territorial levels. Data are available and downloadable going back for several years methodological information assists in defining them.