Most Believe Hungary Headed in Wrong Direction
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According to more than four-fifths of the population, things are going in the wrong direction in Hungary, research from Hóvége.hu reveals.
According to the nationally representative survey concluded in the fall, two-thirds of the population believe that they will have less money for food in the future.
A significant part of society wants to save on their health, medicines, and screening tests, regardless of their long-term effects.
Barely half of the population with online access (48%) feels that they currently have no problems making ends meet, but a narrow third of even this group feels threatened by negative economic trends.
However, one-third of the respondents (31%) think that they and their households are in a particularly critical situation in terms of livelihood.
The intermediate layer between the two groups (21%) can just about cover the costs necessary for daily and monthly subsistence.
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