To provide the European Commission with a major statistical tool for the study of poverty and inequality, the monitoring of social cohesion in its area, the study of the needs of the population and the impact of social and economic policies on households and individuals, as well as for the design of new policies.
The survey provides duly anonymised microdata files free of charge, which are available on the INE website. "The INE is not responsible for the results that the recipients of the data obtained from these files based on their own calculations. In addition, the recipients undertake to cite, in any publication obtained from them, the INE as source of the primary data (source: INE, www.ine.es), as well as the degree of accuracy or reliability of the information derived by the authors themselves is their sole responsibility.
If you want to work with the microdata files available on the web, no procedure is necessary. If you wish to have any additional variable, you must make a custom request through https://www.ine.es/infoine/
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