Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio - Poland



Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio of Poland
Value & RankThe Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio of Poland is 38.6 (%) with a global rank of 92.
Poland compared to other CountriesThe Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio of Poland is similar to that of Kyrgyz Republic, New Caledonia, Suriname, Vanuatu, American Samoa, Israel, Germany, Oman, Romania, Thailand with a respective Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio of 43.8, 43.0, 42.8, 42.2, 39.3, 38.0, 37.4, 37.4, 36.3, 33.5 (%) and a global rank of 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97.Last 10 years averagePoland had an average Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio of 36.5 (%) in the last 10 years from (2002 to 2012).
Poland during the Great RecessionPoland's Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio had a negative growth (decline) of 24.1% during the Great RecessionPoland since the end of the Great RecessionPoland's Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio had a positive growth of 24.0% since the end of the Great Recession
YearYearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio (%) - Poland
199549.8
199650.3
199750.5
199848.6
199946.4
200045.5
200139.2
200236.6
200335.9
200437.4
200539.8
200641.1
200739.3
200834.0
200931.2
201032.7
201134.7
201238.6
Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio of Poland
Country NameGlobal RankYearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio (%)
Kyrgyz Republic8743.8
New Caledonia8843.0
Suriname8942.8
Vanuatu9042.2
American Samoa9139.3
Poland9238.6
Israel9338.0
Germany9437.4
Oman9537.4
Romania9636.3
Thailand9733.5
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Data Source:
Workbank - World Development Indicators
Compiled from multiple sources