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Nearly 33pc of Romanians, affected by financial crisis, survey says
Data Adaugarii: 2009-05-16

As many as 32.7 percent of Romanians say they are somehow directly affected by the ongoing financial crisis, and only 15 percent say they are not in the least affected, reveals a recent co-branded survey released by Mednet Marketing Research and Media Xprimm. Romanians in the province areas are more to say they are affected by the financial crisis (35.3 percent), unlike the people in the capital city (27 percent). As regards the impact of the financial crisis on job security, more than half - 57.4 percent - of the respondents say they do not believe the crisis will affect in any way their job security.   In the case of those who say their jobs are threatened by the recession, there is a difference between respondents from the province areas and those from Bucharest City. The latter are more to say that the financial crisis will affect their job security - 41.4 percent - compared with 38.2 percent among the former. As far as the effects of the crisis on incomes are concerned, 33.4 percent of the respondents are expecting their personal incomes to suffer as a result of crisis.   The survey was conducted January 28 - February 10, 2009 in phone interviews using the NIPO CATI Software system. There were two multi-layer, multi-stage and probabilistic samples involved: a sample of 812 adults (aged between 18 and 65) from Bucharest and a sample of 853 persons from province areas (aged between 18 and 65), namely from cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants - Braila, Brasov, Cluj-Napoca, Constanta, Craiova, Galati, Iasi, Oradea, Ploiesti and Timisoara.   'This was a study in how Romanians perceive the ongoing financial crisis. In essence, we wanted to find out to what extent the crisis is directly affecting Romanians, and the impact of the crisis on jobs and income,' Mednet Marketing Research Centre Executive Director Lacramioara Laura Voinea explains.