Tuesday October 20, 2020

Survey: 55% of Dubliners feel financially worse off than last year

Dubliners feel the economy is improving, but have yet to see their own personal finances improving, according to the latest Your Dublin, Your Voice survey.

13th May, 2014
Financial problems are the biggest personal worry for 42% of those surveyed by YDYV

Dubliners feel the economy is improving, but have yet to see their own personal finances improving, according to the latest Your Dublin, Your Voice (YDYV) survey.

YDYV found that while 55 per cent of respondents feel more confident about the state of the Irish economy compared to one year ago, 53 per cent actually indicated that they were personally worse off financially than they were last year.

Over one third of respondents indicated that they expected to...

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