(ANSA) - ROME, OCTOBER 20 - Italians look to the future "with renewed enthusiasm", with 62% saying they are "very or quite satisfied with the economic situation" after the EU aid and the success of vaccinations that "lead to turning the page". But 27% are dissatisfied with their family finances and 11% are "very worried". And the share that "has run out or realizes that it is close to running out of resources at its disposal rises from 47% in 2020 to 49% in 2021, underlining serious shortcomings". Underlining the dichotomy is the 'Italians and Savings' survey carried out by Acricon Ipsos.
"A real polarization of Italian society is taking place, which has ancient roots but has been exacerbated by the economic and social crisis triggered by the pandemic", said the president of Acri, FrancescoProfumo, presenting the survey with the president of Ipsos NandoPagnoncelli .
"Those who managed to accumulate savings before the crisis continued to do so increasingly even in years of uncertainty and business closures. Those who went into crisis do not manage to recover", said Profumo: "a scenario that we must take into account in mapping the future" ( HANDLE).