Nearly 40% of Poles Report Worsening Financial Situation - Survey

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Polish citizens remain primarily concerned about inflation (53%), but healthcare issues (45%) are gaining prominence, local portal Inwestycje.pl reported citing a survey by Ipsos.

The overall trend of improving sentiment has stalled, with 66% of Poles negatively assessing the state of affairs in the country, and 39% believing their financial situation has worsened in recent months.

Despite decreasing inflation, Poles are skeptical about future price dynamics, with nearly equal numbers expecting prices to rise or remain the same.

The trend of improving sentiment regarding the country's affairs has also halted, with 66% believing things are going in the wrong direction.

A majority (55%) think Poland's economic situation has deteriorated in the past year, and 39% fear it will worsen further.

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