ArmInfo. Only 0.3% of those polled in the Gallup International Association (GIA) survey are very satisfied with the economic state of Armenia, while 34.3% of respondents expressed dissatisfaction and 32.3% are extremely unhappy. The full member of the GIA and the director of LLC Aram Navasardyan announced this at the press conference on August 1.
In this context, he added that 4.5% were satisfied, and 27.6% of the respondents gave an average estimate of the economic situation in the Republic.
Estimating the economic state of their family, the overwhelming majority - 60.2% noted their level as average, 15.4% of respondents gave a negative assessment, 7.8% of respondents expressed extremely negative results, and 14.8% were satisfied. "The assessment of the economic situation in the country in comparison with the family, where positive reviews prevail, differs due to transfer revenues," he explained.
However, in the context of the year only 3.4% of respondents believe that their family's economic condition will improve significantly, to some extent improve - 23.8%, 36.1% - firmly believe that there is no change, 27% of respondents expect deterioration, and 6.9% expect significant deterioration.
Estimating the level of their lives, 12.1% were fully satisfied, 51.7% - rather satisfied than not, 20% - rather dissatisfied, and 14.8% of respondents are categorically unhappy.
In conclusion, A. Navasardian noted that once again the GIA study will be held in October this year.
To note, the survey was conducted throughout the country, in which 1104 people participated, the margin of error was +/- 3%. The study was conducted from 5 to 15 July this year.