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1. Housing overcrowding

Housing overcrowding is a condition where the number of occupants exceeds the capacity of the dwelling space available. More specifically a household should have: one room per household, one room per couple, one room per single adult, one room per two unmarried same-sex people aged 12 -17, one room for each unmarried opposite sex household member aged 12-17, one room per two household members under the age of 12. (Household Income and Living Conditions Survey, Hellenic statistical authority ELSTAT)