Canada's Statistical Capacity

STATISTICAL CAPACITY INDEX


Statistical Capacity is a nation's ability to collect, analyse, and disseminate high-quality data about its population and economy.

This index is used as a proxy for assessing the availability of economic resources in national statistics offices. In theory, the larger the resources (Index closer to 100) devoted to statistics offices, the better the quality of statistics.

Canada's Statistical Capacity Index is 100 against a global average of 74.4.

Canada's data is highlighted in the table below, use the filter and sort order options to allow easy comparison with other countries.

Data source: World Bank, Washington D.C.


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Australia 100.0 A
Austria 100.0 A
Bahamas, The 100.0 B
Bahrain 100.0 B
Belgium 100.0 A
Canada 100.0 A
Cyprus 100.0 A
Czechia 100.0 A
Denmark 100.0 A
Finland 100.0 A
France 100.0 A
Germany 100.0 A
Greece 100.0 B
Hong Kong 100.0 A
Iceland 100.0 A
Ireland 100.0 A
Israel 100.0 A
Italy 100.0 A
Japan 100.0 A
Korea, Rep. 100.0 A
Kuwait 100.0 D
Luxembourg 100.0 A
Malta 100.0 B
Netherlands 100.0 A
New Zealand 100.0 A
Norway 100.0 A
Oman 100.0 B
Portugal 100.0 A
Qatar 100.0 C
Saudi Arabia 100.0 C
Singapore 100.0 A
Slovenia 100.0 A
Spain 100.0 A
Sweden 100.0 A
Switzerland 100.0 A
United Arab Emirates 100.0 B
United Kingdom 100.0 A
United States 100.0 A
Armenia 94.4 B
Mongolia 92.2 B
Costa Rica 91.1 B
Moldova 91.1 B
Kyrgyzstan 90.0 D
Serbia 88.9 B
Albania 87.8 C
Georgia 87.8 B
Chile 86.7 A
Croatia 86.7 B
Bulgaria 85.6 B
Indonesia 85.6 B
Mauritius 85.6 B
Romania 84.4 B
Belarus 83.3 C
Thailand 83.3 D
Colombia 82.2 B
Egypt 82.2 D
El Salvador 82.2 C
Philippines 82.2 C
Russia 82.2 C
Brazil 81.1 B
South Africa 81.1 B
Türkiye 81.1 B
Azerbaijan 80.0 D
China 80.0 C
Mexico 80.0 C
Peru 80.0 D
Sri Lanka 80.0 C
Uruguay 80.0 B
Argentina 78.9 C
Kazakhstan 78.9 D
Poland 78.9 B
Jordan 77.8 B
India 76.7 C
Malaysia 76.7 B
Myanmar 74.4 D
Vietnam 74.4 D
Guatemala 73.3 D
Rwanda 73.3 C
Dominican Republic 72.2 B
Nepal 72.2 E
North Macedonia 72.2 B
Pakistan 72.2 D
Tajikistan 72.2 E
Turkmenistan 72.2 D
Ukraine 72.2 C
Cote d'Ivoire 71.1 C
Eswatini 71.1 D
Ghana 71.1 C
Uganda 71.1 D
Gambia 70.0 D
Malawi 70.0 C
Niger 68.9 C
Burkina Faso 67.8 C
Lesotho 67.8 C
Togo 67.8 C
Uzbekistan 67.8 D
Bolivia 66.7 E
Morocco 66.7 C
Senegal 66.7 C
Ecuador 65.6 D
Paraguay 65.6 D
Tanzania 63.3 D
Benin 62.2 D
Laos 62.2 E
Mozambique 62.2 D
Mauritania 61.1 D
Panama 61.1 D
Bangladesh 60.0 E
Bhutan 60.0 E
Bosnia and Herzegovina 60.0 D
Cambodia 60.0 E
Mali 60.0 E
Sierra Leone 60.0 D
Tunisia 58.9 D
Zimbabwe 58.9 E
Afghanistan 57.8 E
Burundi 57.8 E
Kenya 57.8 D
Liberia 57.8 E
Suriname 57.8 C
Honduras 56.7 E
Chad 54.4 E
Jamaica 54.4 E
Madagascar 54.4 E
Sudan 54.4 E
Haiti 53.3 E
Latvia 53.3 B
Nigeria 53.3 E
Zambia 53.3 D
Papua New Guinea 52.2 E
Guinea 51.1 E
Namibia 51.1 C
Algeria 50.0 C
Botswana 50.0 C
Guinea-Bissau 48.9 E
Ethiopia 47.8 E
Cameroon 46.7 D
Comoros 46.7 D
Nicaragua 46.7 E
Angola 45.6 E
Guyana 45.6 E
Lebanon 44.4 D
Lithuania 43.3 B
Congo, Dem. Rep 40.0 E
Estonia 40.0 B
Gabon 40.0 E
Hungary 40.0 C
Slovak Republic 40.0 B
Congo, Rep. 38.9 E
Central African Republic 36.7 E
Yemen, Rep. 27.8 E
Libya 25.6 E
Taiwan 0.0 A



Key:
Statistical Capacity Index numbers shown on a scale of 0-100.
         0 = Low level of resrouces, 100 = High level of resources.


Data quality rating definitions:
         A: As good as it gets
         B: Good
         C: Use with caution
         D: Poor
         E: Extremely poor quality




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