Slovakia -Report on poverty -November 03, 2014

A project entitled ‘What to Do About Poverty’. 34% of the respondents said that a four-member family needs at least €900 per month in order to be able to live a modest but decent life. Another 34% said that it needs at least €1,200.

A survey, which was conducted in September, canvassed the views of 1,043 respondents. It was carried out within a project entitled ‘What to Do About Poverty’. 34% of the respondents said that a four-member family needs at least €900 per month in order to be able to live a modest but decent life. Another 34% said that it needs at least €1,200. Furthermore, 94% think that poverty is a problem or very serious problem.

English: http://spectator.sme.sk/articles/view/55671/2/slovaks_aware_of_poverty ...  


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