Catalan referendum: economic situation in Catalonia June 2014

This statistic represents public opinion within Catalonia of the economic situation in the region according to a survey carried out in June 2014. 45 percent of respondents rated the economic situation as bad while over 70 percent rated it as either bad or very bad. Unsurprisingly only 0.4 percent rated the situation as very good as Catalonia, along with the rest of Spain, has suffered particularly badly from the recession.

How would you define the economic situation in Catalonia?

Share of respondents
Very good0.4%
Good6.9%
Neither good nor bad19.6%
Bad45.1%
Very bad25.5%
Don't know1.8%
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Source

Release date

June 2014

Region

Spain

Survey time period

June 16 to 18, 2014

Number of respondents

800 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Special properties

Residents in Catalonia with the right to vote

Method of interview

Computer-assisted web interviews (CAWI)

Supplementary notes

Surveys of respodents up to 44 years were carried out via computer-assisted web interviews. Those aged 45 or over were surveyed through computer-assisted telephone interviews.

Total share does not come to 100 due to the exclusion of respondents who did not answer the question.

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