Guatemala: economic expectations for the next year 2018

In a survey carried out between June and August of 2018, it was found that over one third of respondents in Guatemala thought that the country's economic situation would remain the same during the following twelve months. Meanwhile, more than 30 percent of the Guatemalans surveyed said they expected the economy to worsen in that same period.

Economic expectations for the next twelve months in Guatemala as of August 2018

Share of respondents
Much better5.3%
A little better21.7%
The same33.8%
A little worse15.9%
Much worse14.5%
Do not know8.5%
Do not answer0.3%
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Release date

November 2018



Survey time period

June 15 to August 2, 2018

Number of respondents

1,000 respondents

Method of interview

Face-to-face interview

Supplementary notes

The original question posed during the survey was: "¿Y en los próximos doce meses cree Ud. que, en general, la situación económica del país será mucho mejor, un poco mejor, igual, un poco peor, o mucho peor que ahora?"

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