Financial wellbeing concerns skyrocket due to cost of living

New ONS figures show

John Brazier
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Financial wellbeing concerns skyrocket due to cost of living

New research from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) has found the cost of living crisis is causing financial wellbeing concerns for three in four adults.

Data published on 10 July shows that 77% of UK adults over the age of 16 reported feeling "very or somewhat worried" about the rising cost of living, with half of those (50%) admitting to worrying on a daily basis. Women were found to be more concerned about the increasing cost of living than men (81% vs 73%), as were those aged 30 to 49 (82%) years and 50 to 69 years (77%). UK adults aged 70+ were least likely to express concerns over cost of living (70%). Disabled people were also mor...

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