The warmth of home: we were army drivers, we are performing much better than the EU average now!

The warmth of home: we were army drivers, we are performing much better than the EU average now!

β€ΌSince 2012, the proportion of those who are unable to heat their homes sufficiently has been declining. Let's see the numbers!
πŸ“ŒEU average now: 7.6%
πŸ“ŒHungary currently: 5.4%
πŸ“ŒEU average in 2006: 10.9%
πŸ“ŒHungary in 2006: 14.8%

6.9 percent of the European Union (EU) population said in a 2019 EU survey that they could not heat their homes adequately, Eurostat data showed.
Bulgaria is the least able to afford the right temperature: 30.1 percent of the Bulgarian population said they could not heat their homes adequately. The situation is not much better in Lithuania (26.7 per cent) and Cyprus (21 per cent). Portugal (18.9), Greece (17.9) and Italy (11.1) are also at the forefront.

In Hungary, the proportion of those who have problems has been steadily declining since 2012: in 15 years, it has fallen from 15 to close to 5 percent.

The message is clear: The impact of cuts in utilities, overheads frozen for 10 years, home-building subsidies, rising real wages, 850,000 jobs, and an improvement in our standard of living, among other things, is that heating is no longer a problem today. Thank You! In 2010, we spent 25.2 percent of our income on housing-related expenses, which has now dropped to 18.5 percent, overhead has become more affordable in Hungarian, as our wages have doubled in 10 years, and overhead has decreased by 25 percent compared to 2010. In the time of GyurcsΓ‘ny, his company got the gas cheaper, and the price of the population tripled, while the minimum wage was 60 thousand forints, then it really "hurt" ...

Eurostat graph:
Eurostat data:

🏠More articles that explain the phenomenon. This is not "the work of fortune, the result of the coexistence of stars," as Dobrev lies:

πŸ“Œ10 YEARS OF CIVIL GOVERNANCE: 28 topics in one

πŸ“ŒCrisis management then and now:
πŸ“ŒWe have created the largest home-building and family support system of all time:
πŸ“ŒUnemployment: well below the EU average:
πŸ“ŒAdditional economic protection measures:
πŸ“ŒSince 2010, the government has saved the homes of one million families:
πŸ“ŒDue to the left, the government is forced to introduce a tax increase stop:
πŸ“ŒChange of attitude:
πŸ“ŒIf there is work, everything is:
πŸ“ŒAt the European level, housing costs are low in Hungary
πŸ“ŒRepurchase of energy sector:
πŸ“ŒElectricity and gas prices
πŸ“ŒThis is how the left was ruined and indebted to Hungary by the left.
πŸ“ŒThe left would distribute free money to those who avoid work:
πŸ“ŒTaxes are being raised locally by the left, so government intervention was needed.
πŸ“ŒThe more people who work, the less crime there is and the more capacity they have to detect a particular crime, which has also improved the rate of detection.
πŸ“ŒThe state does not tame family wealth
πŸ“ŒCredit moratorium and further crisis management facilitations now and austerity in left-wing government:
πŸ“ŒHungary is the second largest tax cutter:
πŸ“ŒBalance at the beginning of the school year:
πŸ“ŒThe tax burden on Hungarian workers is the fourth lowest in all of Europe:
πŸ“ŒTax cuts instead of restrictions:
πŸ“ŒPIT rate:
πŸ“ŒThe price of gas is 28, the price of electricity is the cheapest in Hungary in the EU for 12 months.Γ©pelmebe_tenyek_kovetkeznek
πŸ“ŒSaving nearly 600,000 forints for an average family by reducing overheads. (And we don't even think about how much more we would have paid if libs had steered in the last 10 years ...)
πŸ“ŒThe traitorous DK demands an increase in overhead prices in Brussels!
πŸ“ŒMore children are born:
πŸ“ŒThe number of marriages is increasing, the number of divorces and abortions is decreasing.
πŸ“ŒEconomic bleaching:

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