‘The findings are shocking’ – Germans entering poverty at record rate as inflation and COVID destroy prosperity
There are “more poor people than we’ve ever had,” said the director of a leading German social welfare association
Romanians and Bulgarians are worst hit by poverty, but Czechs are doing well
Czechia has been achieving favorable outcomes in European statistics on income poverty over the long term
Up to 200,000 Czechs may fall into poverty due to the epidemic
The already alarming situation may deteriorate
Whites need not apply: Only people of color eligible for $500 a month benefits program in Oakland
The racist program — excluding thousands of poor White people in Oakland, including homeless Whites — is drawing national media attention
Risk of poverty in Czechia at record low
Single moms and female pensioners are the most vulnerable
Czech youth least at risk of poverty in the EU
The Czech Republic tops the EU28 ranking of young people in work who are least at risk of poverty.
The Czechs are not as poor as the left say they are
In terms of income poverty, 9.1 percent of Czechs were at risk of poverty in 2017, Eurostat and the Czech Statistical Office data shows. It is the lowest among the EU28, while the Union’s average was at 16.9 percent. However, the left is undermining our good results, often using deprivation and poorness of the Czechs as an explanation as to why they vote for extreme political groups.
Record improvement of children’s lives in Poland
Poland is at an all-time low child impoverishment threat rate, reports Eurostat. 2017 saw a 6.3 percentage point decrease from 24.2 to 17.9 percent. Only Romania saw a larger decrease.