Preliminary first quarter survey: Nearly 30% of residents’ incomes are reduced, and more than half of them prefer to save

Preliminary first quarter survey: Nearly 30% of residents’ incomes are reduced, and more than half of them prefer to save
It is estimated that in a report released on April 28, in the first quarter of 2020, a questionnaire survey of 20,000 urban depositors was conducted in 50 cities across the country.The results show that the urban savers’ income perception index, employment perception index and other alternatives have been the lowest since 2017.27.5% of residents believe that income has “decreased”, an increase of 15.% over the previous quarter.4 goals; residents who lost “more savings” accounted for 53%, up 7.% from the previous quarter.3 averages.Specifically, the urban depositors’ income perception index in the first quarter of 2020 is 41.6%, down 11 digits from the previous quarter.Among them, 10.7% of residents believe that income has “increased”, down by 6 compared with the previous quarter.6 digits, 61.8% of residents believe that their income is “substantially unchanged”, a decrease of 8 from the previous quarter.8 averages, 27.5% of residents believe that income has “decreased”, an increase of 15.% over the previous quarter.4 averages.The income confidence index is 45.9%, down 7 from last quarter.2 averages.In terms of employment experience, the index of employment experience of urban savers in the first quarter of 2020 was 37.7%, down 6 from the previous quarter.8 averages.Among them, 10.9% of residents believe that “the best, easy employment”, 46.8% of residents consider it “average”, 42.3% of the residents think that it is “seriously severe and difficult to find employment” or “not sure”.The employment expectation index is 47.3%, down 4 from the previous quarter.6 averages.The price expectations index for the next quarter is expected to be 63.2%, down 1 from the previous quarter.2 averages.Among them, 33.9% of residents expect prices to “rise” next season, 44.5% of residents expect “essentially unchanged”, 10.4% of residents expect a “fall”, 11.2% of residents are “not sure”.For next quarter’s housing prices, 23% of residents expect “growth”, 48.0% of residents expect “essentially unchanged”, 15.9% of residents expect a “fall”, 13.1% of residents are “not sure”.In terms of consumption, savings, and investment expectations, 22% of residents recognized “more consumption”, a decrease of 6 percentage points from the previous quarter; those who replaced “more savings” accounted for 53%, up 7 from the previous quarter.3 digits; residents suspected of “more investment” accounted for 25%, down 1 from the previous quarter.3 averages.The top three investment methods preferred by residents are: “banks, securities, insurance companies’ wealth management products”, “fund trust products” and “stocks”. The proportion of residents who choose these three investment methods is 48.6%, 21.6% and 16.3%.When asked about the items to increase spending in the next 3 months, the residents’ selection ratio from high to low is: Education (31.5%), health care (29.4%), buying a house (19.2%), tourism (19%), social culture and entertainment (18.4%), large commodities (18%), insurance (17.1%).Sauna, Ye Wang Cheng Weimiao Editing Yue Caizhou Proofreading Li Ming