The results show a 3.4-point decrease between the third and fourth quarter of 2022. In fact, Jordan’s consumer sentiment index dropped 3 spots and now ranks 22nd globally amongst countries where Ipsos conducts the sentiment index survey, below Turkey, Japan, Poland, and others. Around 6 in 10 Jordanians remain to have a negative outlook towards the current economic situation in Jordan as well as their personal financial situation. This continues to be 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.