Twenty-five per cent of people in Spain are ‘very angry’, says report

Maria Bravo, Chenoa, Jelena Vassiljeva, Eva Longoria, Alina Peralta with children from Casa Ángeles. Credit: Global Gift Foundation

AMONGST the main concerns of people in Spain are unemployment, the financial crisis and the loss of social rights, a report has said.

The study, titled Index Life Barometer, created by the International Prospective Institute (IPI) and released on Thursday (April 9), has measured the mood of people in Spain as well as the inhabitant’s main concerns.

It showed that the levels of uncertainty about the future are at 6.97 in a scale from 0 to 10, their irritation towards the current financial situation (7.48 out of 10), but also the society’s strength to carry on (6.29).

The data was collected between January 13 and February 12, 2015 and was presented by Sociologist and head of the IPI, Juan Jose Garcia de la Cruz.

“We are observing that society feels strong enough to carry on with their personal projects,” said Mr Garcia.

In addition, the barometer displayed that 25 per cent of the Spanish population is “very angry” and that the levels of sadness amounted to 5.58 out of 10 and happiness scored a 5.87. In addition, quality of life estimations totalled 5.80 points out of 10.

The Index Life also measures the level of trust showed towards different Institutions such as the courts of justice (4.42), democratic system (4.73), the UN (5.08) and health care (6.02).

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