The Slovenia Times

Poll: 40% of Slovenians Happy with Their Financial Position


Only 15% of those questioned in the poll, conducted by Episcenter, report feeling discontented with their financial state against 40% who say the opposite and 46% who say they are neither doing good nor bad.

However, respondents are much less satisfied with the general state of society with 47% labelling it as bad (up from 41% in June) against 13% who say reverse (up from 10% in June) and 40% who see the situation as something in between.

As many as 80% of those questioned deem the state of the country's economy bad, 20% describe it as average and only 1% are happy with the state of Slovenia's economy.

Thirteen percent are confident that the economic situation will improve over the next six months, against 46% who say it will deteriorate and 41% who think it will stay the same.

As many as 85% also rate employment opportunities as poor and half of respondents expect them to get even worse over the next six months.

Quizzed about their household income, 62% report having an average income, 29% say their earnings are poor and 9% say they are good. Meanwhile, 30% expect their earnings to drop in the coming six months against 10% who say the opposite.

The survey was conducted over the telephone between 10 and 18 July and involved interviews with 1,004 adults.


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