Approximately 54% of the 500 survey respondents said the situation in Cyprus is bad, with 7% saying it is average, and 39% responding with “good”. A generational gap, however, is revealed in this question: Six out of ten Cypriots aged 18-24 years-old described the situation as good, while 68% of those aged over 65 described the situation as bad.
The image flips when asked about their life satisfaction, as 63% say they are satisfied with their life, and 37% are dissatisfied. Those aged 18-24 expressed the largest degree of satisfaction at 77%.
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