Gallup International’s 41 Annual Global End of Year Survey

Globally, economic optimism has declined over the last 12 months. The study shows that 28% of the world is now optimistic for the economic outlook in 2018, but the economic pessimism is 2 points higher.

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Gallup International’s 41 Annual Global End of Year Survey:
ECONOMICALLY MORE DIFFICULT YEAR TO COME GLOBALLY

 

Global Economic Pessimism on the rise

Globally, economic optimism has declined over the last 12 months. The study shows that 28% of the world is now optimistic for the economic outlook in 2018, but the economic pessimism is 2 points higher. Net optimism (the shares of those saying the next year will be one of economic prosperity minus the shares of those who say the next year will be one of economic difficulties) has shown a downward trend from +23 at the end of 2015 and +20 at the end of 2016  to -2 at the end of 2017. 

For second successive year European citizens are significantly more worried about their prosperity next year (- 16 net score). The challenges for the very future of the EU project and Europe in general continued in 2017 and it created uncertainties despite Europe’s emerging signs of recovery. For the first time this indicator shows more pessimists for the economic outlook in EU than in Russia, nevertheless that the majority of Russians / 49%, highest in the studied world/ expect stagnation in their country.

Indochina Research Vietnam | End of Year Survey 2017 

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Phung Thi Nam TrangAssociate Research Director -  Indochina Research Vietnam

 

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