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Residents of Poland began to save on restaurants due to rising prices

Residents of Poland began to save on restaurants due to rising prices

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.