Orange with Media Services, published on Friday, September 17, 2021 at 1:50 p.m.
A CSA study for Cofidis revealed by The Parisian looks at the feeling of downgrading in the population.
The government’s claimed battle horse, purchasing power has been the subject of new announcements, with the project to expand the energy check to support the budget of the French in the face of rising electricity and gas prices. . On a larger scale, a survey conducted by CSA for Cofidis points to the widespread feeling of downgrading among the French population, half of whom believe they are living less well than 10 years ago.
According to this “purchasing power barometer” relayed by The Parisian Thursday September 16, the French thus estimate that they lack on average 467 euros at the end of the month to live without worrying about their budget. At the same time, one in two French people surveyed (50%) considers that their purchasing power has decreased over the past 10 years.
The study also points to a “paradox” in the perception that the French have of their purchasing power, since 15% of those questioned consider their purchasing power to be high in 2021 (+ 7% compared to 2012) ,