Attitudes to Personal Finance

Attitudes towards personal finance across 7 countries.

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  • Ada Maragno Ipsos Observer, UK
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On behalf of the IPF, Ipsos MORI carried out an online survey of adults 18-75 across seven countries. A total of 4,001 were interviewed (500 each in of Czech Republic, Lithuania, Mexico, Romania and Spain, 501 in Poland and 1,000 in Hungary).  Fieldwork took place between 23rd October and 31st October 2019.  A quota sample of participants was interviewed with quotas set by age within gender, geographic region and working status. The survey data were weighted to the true population proportions of this audience in each country. As well as providing the results individually for each of the seven countries included in the survey, we have produced an overall total based on “country averages”. This is where the results from each country have the same weight rather than the true population proportions.

 

*When reporting on the statistic of those who consider important that schools should prepare children for making prudent financial and economic decisions, we included those who have responded 8, 9 and 10 on a scale from 1 to 10 where 1 means Not at all important and 10 means Extremely important.

 

The author(s)

  • Ada Maragno Ipsos Observer, UK

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