Who lives how big? An interactive graphic from IW Cologne

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Apartments in Cologne

Who lives how big? During the corona pandemic, people are spending more time than ever in their homes.

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Berlin

 The  living space per capita in Germany has risen steadily over the past few years: by 34 percent since 1990. On average, an apartment in Germany is 100 square meters.

But not all benefit from larger apartments. In the case of rental apartments, the average living space has stagnated since the start of the real estate boom in 2010. In the case of owners, however, it has increased further. This emerges from a short report by the Institute for the German Economy (IW) Cologne, which was published this Monday.

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 The  highlight: With a computer from IW, anyone can now see how large their own apartment is in comparison with a few clicks.

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 The  graphic shows the distribution of apartment sizes in Germany. © www.de24.news

 The  curve on the left represents the total population: from small apartments (below) to large apartments (above). Where the curve rises, the number of people with this apartment size increases.

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