One in ten families live in real poverty

31/10/2013 in Público

A questionnaire shows families have no money to pay for neither basic needs nor medical treatments. The fear of unemployment is reflected in 30% of the participants.

A study by the association of consumer DECO alerts that one out of ten households participating in the questionnaire live in “real poverty”. With 25% of the participants living in a state of anxiety due to the effects of the crisis. More than half (54%) confess that one of their “greatest fears” is failling to meet basic family needs.

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