Ipsos’ Jordanian Consumer Sentiment Index Q3 2022

Ipsos’ Jordanian Consumer Sentiment Index shows a 4.3-point increase between the second and third quarter of 2022

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  • Seham Naser Accounts Manager
  • Hala Elfar Sr. Research Manager – Client Org
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The results show a 4.3-point increase between the second and third quarter of 2022, unlike the Sentiment Index at the global level which has declined within the same period. In fact, Jordan’s consumer sentiment index rose 3 spots and now ranks 19th globally amongst countries where Ipsos conducts the sentiment index survey, above Poland, Turkey, and others. That said, almost 7 in 10 Jordanians continue to have a negative outlook towards the current economic situation in Jordan. This has been primarily driven by their concerns regarding the high cost of living/inflation and unemployment. 
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. 
 

The author(s)

  • Seham Naser Accounts Manager
  • Hala Elfar Sr. Research Manager – Client Org

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