The results show a 3.9-point increase between the first and second quarter of 2023. This increase is mainly driven by improved confidence in Jordanians personal financial situation, employment, and investment climate. That said, only 1 in 10 Jordanians think the country’s economic situation is strong. This continues to be primarily driven by their concerns regarding the high cost of living/inflation which has become an even bigger concern this quarter.
JCSI is a quarterly national survey that sheds light on consumers' attitudes towards current and future state of the local economy, personal finance situations, as well as savings and confidence to make large investments.