In 2021, 2.4% of persons aged 15 - 74 have already decided to change their current place of residence in the country, and 2.9% intend to move, but do not have a final decision yet. Migrants with weak expressed willingness are 8.5%. 86.2% of persons in the respective age group are not willing to migrate.
The share of potential migrants within the country is highest among the young 15 - 19 years (7.1%) and 20 - 29 years (6.1%).
In 2021, 11.9% of persons aged 15 - 74 are very or somewhat likely to move to live abroad. Compared to 2011, the share of potential migrants has increased both among men and among women.
Potential labour emigrants are 3.3% of persons, with men predominating (3.8%). Compared to 2011, this group decreased for both sexes. Very or somewhat likely to go abroad to work/study for a few months, but not more than a year, refers to 4.7% of the population aged 15 - 74 years.
The share of persons who would go abroad as tourists is increasing, with no gender differences being observed. The largest share of tourists is in the age group 40 - 49 years - 24.0%, and the smallest - among persons aged 15 - 19 years and 70 - 74 years.
The share of non-travellers is decreasing - from 66.8% for men and 70.4% for women in 2011 to 58.1% for men and 61.6% for women in 2021.