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Most Romanians ready to accept state of emergency again

Just under 60% of Romanians would agree to go through the same restrictions in the pandemic if a similar situation occurred again or the second wave of coronavirus came, according to a study by Novel Research for Provident Financial Romania.

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Over 46% of respondents believe that working from home will be the primary way of doing business next year, while a third (33%) say they intend to keep their children at home and not send them to school or kindergarten.

Meanwhile, almost 21% of those surveyed mentioned that they want to send their kids to school.

Regarding the financial situation, only 6% of Romanians say that their current income allows them to live without worries, and only a little over 14% keep a written record of their expenses.

Almost 40% of respondents say that their current income is enough only to provide them with a decent living, without being able to afford more expensive things.

Almost a quarter say that the money they earn covers only the essentials.

At the same time, nearly 9% say that their money is not enough even for basic necessities.

(Photo: Alberto Mihai/ Dreamstime)

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Romania Insider
Most Romanians ready to accept state of emergency again

Just under 60% of Romanians would agree to go through the same restrictions in the pandemic if a similar situation occurred again or the second wave of coronavirus came, according to a study by Novel Research for Provident Financial Romania.

___STEADY_PAYWALL___

Over 46% of respondents believe that working from home will be the primary way of doing business next year, while a third (33%) say they intend to keep their children at home and not send them to school or kindergarten.

Meanwhile, almost 21% of those surveyed mentioned that they want to send their kids to school.

Regarding the financial situation, only 6% of Romanians say that their current income allows them to live without worries, and only a little over 14% keep a written record of their expenses.

Almost 40% of respondents say that their current income is enough only to provide them with a decent living, without being able to afford more expensive things.

Almost a quarter say that the money they earn covers only the essentials.

At the same time, nearly 9% say that their money is not enough even for basic necessities.

(Photo: Alberto Mihai/ Dreamstime)

[email protected]

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