Italy: economic expectations of young generations in 2016

This statistic shows the share of individuals who thought in 2016 that the current young generation would be worse off in the future than their parents in Italy. According to the survey results, young adults aged 25-34 were as pessimistic as the sample average, with around six in ten respondents believing that young people would achieve a lower social and economic status than their parents.

Share of individuals who think that today's youth will be worse off than their parents in Italy in 2016, by age

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Release date

July 2017

Region

Italy

Survey time period

2016

Number of respondents

1,330 respondents

Age group

15 years and older

Method of interview

CATI, online interview

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