NOIPolls: 42% Nigerians satisfied with personal wellbeing

Latest NOIPolls surveys suggest that 42% of Nigerians are satisfied with their personal wellbeing while 80% are optimistic about their personal state and the economy.
The surveys are in two categories. The first one is the Personal Well-Being Index (PWBI), and the second one is the Consumer Confidence Index (CCI).

“The PWBI measures factors impacting on the lives of everyday Nigerians, thereby producing a complete view of the individual’s personal well being.”

“The CCI provides consumers’ assessments of the economic situation and their intentions/expectations for the future.”

Though the PWBI indicates a 42% general satisfaction level, the independent indices in this poll category imply that people are more satisfied with certain areas of their life than with other areas. For instance, 86% of the poll respondents said they were satisfied with their religion while 49% said they were satisfied with their standard of living.

On the other hand, the survey results under the CCI suggest an 80% general confidence level. However, the present-situation index stood at 56% while the expectation index was at 96%. This indicates that Nigerians are averagely confident about their present state and that of the economy, but they are highly positive concerning their future prospects and the future prospects of the economy.

The polls were conducted by NOIPolls Limited in February and involved telephone interviews with 1,000 to 4,000 randomly selected Nigerian adults.

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