Where Europeans Can't Afford To Heat Their Homes
Large shares of the population in Lithuania and Greece also struggle for warmth in the winter, along many countries with economic problems in southern Europe. Poland is an interesting example on the list with 7.1 percent unable to afford proper heating. Judging by the fact that the share was 28.4 percent in 2006, steady progress has been made. Luxembourg and Finland are the countries with the lowest shares of people lacking a warm home at just 1.7 percent each.
This chart shows the share of the population who cannot afford to keep their home adequately warm in 2016.