The CIS barometer for January published this Wednesday reflects a marked distance between the perception of the particular and general economic situation. Nearly 70% of the Spaniards surveyed maintain that their personal economic situation is positive, 63.1% affirm that it is good, while 4.3% confess that it is very good. On the contrary, when asked about the general scenario, the tables are turned. Up to 48% of the citizens consider that the economic situation of the country is bad, while 18% affirm that it is very bad.
A fact that contrasts with the fact that the economic crisis and problems of this nature appear, for another consecutive month, as one of the main concerns of almost half of Spaniards (45.2%) and also as the one that most affects In addition, unemployment is in second position, closely followed by the category ‘political problems in general’. Which denotes a marked political character in the economic problems of the Spanish at the beginning of the year, given that the survey was carried out between January 2 and 12.