42% of Maltese have expressed how they think Malta is going in the wrong direction, a new survey has revealed.
This statistic was revealed in the latest Spring Eurobarometer, ahead of next year’s European Parliament elections, to get a feel of how member states are feeling.
While 42% of Maltese are not happy with the direction the country is heading into, 44% are happy with the direction the EU is heading towards.
Meanwhile, another 44% of Maltese have expressed how they’re often struggling to pay bills, placing the highest percentage of respondents in a time of struggle.
On the other hand, only 33% of Maltese feel that they are satisfied with the country’s measures towards tackling inflation, while 29% are satisfied with the EU’s approach to rising food and energy prices.
Even worse, 62% of Maltese feel that their standard of living has already been reduced throughout the last year, and are only expecting this to still be the case over the next year.
On a personal level, 75% of Maltese are happy with the direction their personal life is heading into.
What do you make of these statistics?