Floridians concerned about the Economy and Inflation
Floridians concerned about the economy and inflation: cutting back on food, travel, and entertainment
Around 47% of Floridians rate the condition of the national economy as poor/very poor, while 28% rate it as fair and 25% rate it as good/very good.
Around 85% of Floridians consider the cost of living/inflation as high priority for the country to address.
Overwhelmingly, 91% of Floridians are very concerned/concerned of the current rate of inflation.
Over 53% of Floridians say that the increase in prices for goods and services has greatly impacted their finances.
Higher prices are leading Floridians to make cutbacks:
Majority of Floridians are concerned about the increasing cost of housing and homeowners’ insurance.
Roughly, 32% of Floridians think abortion should be legal in all cases.
Around 47% of Floridians think that the United States is providing about the right amount of support to Ukraine.
Around 37% of Floridians support legislation that would prohibit lessons about sexual orientation or gender identity in elementary schools.
The online survey was administered in Florida, May 20-22, 2022, through Dynata a Worldwide Leader in Survey Sampling and Data Collection Solutions, across every mode, for 38 Years. The sample size is n= 532, +/-4.24%. Data was weighted based on gender, age, education, and ethnicity.