Percentage of children aged below 6 years that are at risk of poverty

This indicator provides information on the percentage of children aged below 6 years that are at risk of poverty.

According to Eurostat and LIS (the Luxembourg Income Study) it is considered that a household with total income below 60% of the equivalised median disposable income (after social transfers) is at risk of poverty.

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