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Eurostat report: Albanians have no chance to have fun. Worse than all of Europe!
According to the data of the "European Statistics Agency", for the year 2020, Albania records the highest rate of people who do not have the opportunity to regularly participate in an activity during their free time. About 70% of the respondents in our country have expressed that it is impossible for them to perform a fun activity when they are not at work. This norm has positioned Albania in first place, thus leading not only the region, but also Europe.
In second place in Europe with the highest rate of people who do not have the opportunity to regularly participate in an activity during their free time is Romania with 40.9%, followed by Greece and Lithuania with 26.9% and 23.9%. Referring to EUROSTAT figures, Albania is not only first on the list, but the rate of people who do not have the opportunity to participate in an activity during their free time has a significant difference, compared to the rate of the second country, so Romania. The European Union average for this indicator for 2020 is 12.7%.
If we analyze the countries of the region, we see that they rank above the average of the European Union. Montenegro comes after Albania with a rate of up to 23.5%, followed by North Macedonia with 20.7% and Serbia with 19%. Meanwhile, the Czech Republic, Finland and Luxembourg are the countries with the lowest rate of people who are unable to regularly participate in an activity during their free time.
Among other things, "Scan Intel" has analyzed this indicator for people whose incomes are below 60% of the national average, that is, people who are poorer. According to the data, Albania is again ranked first in Europe, with 86.2% of the respondents saying that they do not have the opportunity to do an activity during their free time.
Albania also ranks first in terms of people who do not have the opportunity to meet friends or family (relatives) for a drink or a meal at least once a month. There are 48.5% of respondents in our country who said that they have no opportunity. So, half of the Albanians do not have the opportunity to go out for a drink or to eat lunch or dinner outside, even if only once a month. Montenegro follows in second place with 22.9%, followed by Romania and Hungary with 21.1% and 19.2%. The European Union average for this indicator is 7.6%, while the countries with the lowest rate are Cyprus with 0.6%, Finland with 0.9% and the Czech Republic with 1.3%.
The same indicator, but for people whose income is 60% of the average, ranks Albania again the first place in Europe, with 73.9% of those who no longer have the opportunity to meet relatives or friends for a drink or a meal. /SCAN/