Recipients of subsidy for private day-care
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The statistics illustrates the number of children and the number of families receiving subsidies for private day-care or for care of their own children. These statistics are comparable from 2004 and onwards.
The statistics is an annual inventory for the 3. of October of the number of children and the number of families receiving subsidies for private day-care or for care of their own children after the Day Care Act, Dagtilbudsloven (§ 80 and § 86). The statistics are grouped by municipalities.
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Data is received through electronic reporting from all municipalities. If the information is assessed to be incorrect, Statistics Denmark contacts the municipalities and assures the data through a dialogue with the municipalities.
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The statistics is relevant for ministries, municipalities and professional organizations. They use it as a foundation for analysis and reports etc.
Accuracy and reliability
The primary uncertainty related to the statistics comes from typing errors made by reporters in the municipalities.
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Timeliness and punctuality
The statistics is published around five months after the reference period. The statistics is published with no delays.
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There is comparable data for the number of children receiving subsidies from 2007 until today. The statistics can be found in Statistikbanken in the tables PAS2(2004-2006) and PAS22(2007-2014).
Accessibility and clarity
These statistics are published in the Statistikbanken under Children and staff in the table DAGTIL4.