The results show a 1.8-point decrease between the second and third quarter of 2023. This dip is mainly driven by reduced citizens’ confidence in the future state of the Kingdom’s economy. That said, Jordanian’s confidence in the current economic situation and their ability to invest in their future and the future of their children remain stagnant. While high cost of living and inflation remain as top concerns for Jordanians, unemployment tops the list this quarter as the most worrisome.
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.