According to the latest Eurostat statistics, 63 percent of households in Montenegro are overcrowded. According to the source's definition, a household is considered overcrowded if it does not have a minimum of one room for the household, one room per couple, one room for each single person aged 18 and over, one room per pair of single people aged 12-17 and/or one room per pair of children aged under 12. At the other end of the scale, Cyprus boasts just 2.2 percent of households falling into this category - comfortably below the 17.1 percent average for the European Union.
How Overcrowded is Europe?
This chart shows the share of the population living in an overcrowded household in selected European countries.