Data on consumption and income of households, on demographic, economic and social characteristics of households, as well as data on living conditions, availability of durables in households, etc.
29.03.2021. - Due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic, the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, in mid-March 2020, discontinued the conduction of the “Household Budget Survey” in the field, and as the survey was not carried out continuously throughout the whole year, there is no possibility to publish the data for 2020.
08.06.2020. - Due to the COVIC-19 pandemic the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia has interrupted field-work for the Household Budget Survey, therefore it will not be able to publish the quarterly statistical release (LP12) in 2020.
Data from 2015 Household Budget Survey is published on the Eurostat website. Individual consumption is monitored according to the international classification COICOP (Classification of Personal Consumption by Purpose), which presents individual consumption in 12 main groups. For the purpose of comparability of data on household expenditures among different countries, Eurostat includes data on the imputed rent value in group 04 - Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels. Data on the amount of imputed rent are collected for the owners of the apartment / house and other categories of tenants other than subtenants. The data represents the assumed amount of the rent for the apartment which the household would pay if the same apartment / house were rented. In the Survey, the amount of this information is derived from self-declaration of the household and is not shown as an integral part of the individual consumption of households in the publications issued by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia.
In 2022, the average monthly income in money and in kind, per a household (all households), amounted to 78 393 RSD and the individual consumption expenditures of the households (all households) amounted to 78 678 RSD. Relative to 2021, the average monthly income in money and in kind increased by 9.3% and the individual consumption expenditures of the households increased by 9.4% in nominal terms.Read More