Residents of Poland began to save on restaurants and fuel due to rising prices.
According to the results of an online survey among residents of Poland, made from May 4 to 11, “More than 30% of Poles had to cut their daily expenses in order to have enough money for a whole month. One in four, in turn, admits that due to higher prices, they do not have enough money for basic expenses”
The researchers note that 38% of Poles have given up certain services and restaurants in order to meet the household budget. At the same time, 35% of Polish residents are increasingly refusing to travel by car due to high fuel prices.
According to ARC Rynek i Opinia representative Adam Czarniecki, Polish residents are afraid of rising interest rates on loans, so almost every fifth Pole refused a previously planned loan, and 26% of those who have a loan plan to repay it faster.
Earlier it was reported that the United States authorities are faced with a new “energy nightmare” due to rising gas prices in the country.