Every year since 2008, Noi Italia. 100 statistics to understand the country we live in has offered a selection of over 100 statistical indicators relating to our country, to its regional differences, and its position in the European context.
More than 100 indicators organised in 6 topics and 19 sectors, and the brief comments accompanying them, are easily accessible by means of simple visualization tools. The latter facilitate reading and understanding phenomena in space and time. By clicking on the data link on the homepage it is possible to export the graphs and download information from the entire database, along with sources, definitions, publications and useful links of all 19 sectors.
The 2019 edition contains some new indicators. The Production Structures sector provides data on non-profit institutions, as established in the new strategy of permanent censuses of enterprises, which includes three-year multi-purpose surveys and the publication of information deriving from registers in relation to other years. In the Agriculture sector the economic results of farms are presented in terms of competitiveness, size and organization. The latest results on innovation strategies in enterprises are instead available in the Science, technology and innovation sector. Finally, the household economic conditions sector is enriched with the indicator related to the average monthly household expenditure in its food and non-food components.
This year a new interactive graphical representation (both for desktop and mobile) is available, which allows a comparison over time between Italy and other European countries. In particular, for a selection of indicators, the 2010 ranking of countries and the latest available one can be viewed together, thus obtaining an immediate overview of Italy’s position in the European panorama.
- Communication, culture and trip
- Daily life and citizen opinions
- Education and training
- Environment and energy
- External trade
- Health statistics
- Households economic conditions
- Industry and construction
- Justice and security
- Labour and wages
- National accounts
- Population and households
- Public administrations and private institutions
- Social security and welfare