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Children and their Families

The statistics cover children's families, separations among parents, joint and sole custody, geographic distance between children and parents, children with Swedish/foreign background and adoption. It also contains data on children's living conditions, parents' employment and economic conditions.

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Children and their Families

2018-06-14

In Sweden, three out of four children below the age of 18 live with both their parents. Living with both parents is most common for younger children and children whose parents have a post-secondary education. The proportion is highest in Habo municipality and lowest in Skinnskatteberg, Degerfors and Norberg.

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Tables in the Statistical Database

Publications

Title Language Type Date
Development of Statistics Sweden’s statistics on children and their families Swedish with elements of English Report 2017-03-28
Living close by or far away? Distance between children and parents after a separation 1975–2013 Swedish with elements of English Report 2015-06-25
Different families live in different ways – a survey on residence and support of children after a separation Swedish with elements of English Report 2014-02-21
Children, parents and separations – Trends of the 21st century Swedish with elements of English Report 2013-02-05
Theme: Children Today; Describing children's living conditions based on the Convention on the Rights of the Child Swedish with elements of English Report 2009-11-18
Children and their Families 2006 Swedish with elements of English Report 2007-12-07
Segregation among children in Sweden Swedish with elements of English Report 2007-02-21
Children and their Families 2005 Swedish with elements of English Report 2006-11-30
Children and their Families 2004 Swedish with elements of English Report 2005-12-02
Children and their Families 2002 English Report 2005-03-04
Children and their Families 2003 Swedish with elements of English Report 2004-12-01
Time children spend with their parents Swedish with elements of English Report 2004-05-05
Children and their Families 2002 Swedish with elements of English Report 2004-02-04
Children and their families 2001, Part 2 Swedish with elements of English Report 2003-03-21
Children and their Families 2001, Part 1 and 2 Swedish with elements of English Report 2003-03-21
Children and their Families 2001, Part 1 Tables Swedish with elements of English Report 2003-03-10
Children and their Families 2000 Swedish with elements of English Report 2002-02-18
Children and their Families 1999 Swedish with elements of English Report 2001-01-04

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