As much as 62 percent. He announces that in the near future he will spend more on durable goods, such as furniture and electronics. Everything indicates that we are simply aware that rising inflation will hit our wallets hard, says Dominika Grusznic-Drobińska, director at GfK Polonia.
On the one hand, saving, on the other hand, greater expenses. These are the declarations of Poles in the survey for GfK Polonia, which is the first to be published by Rzeczpospolita. As much as 73 percent. people intend to save on basic purchases, but 62 percent. forecasts greater spending on durable goods furniture, electronics or building materials.
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Consumers predict that in practice they will spend more money anyway, both on daily needs and on durable goods. At first glance, this may seem contradictory, but all indications are that we are just aware that rising inflation will hit our wallets hard says Dominika Grusznic-Drobińska, director at GfK Polonia in an interview with Rzeczpospolita.
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As we read, as much as 29 percent people declare a significant increase in spending on durable goodswhile only 8 percent said so a year ago. “A year ago, 29 percent wanted to spend more on solid goods.” writes a journal.
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According to economists, the result of rainfall is nothing else than the reaction of Poles to the increase in prices and the announced further increases, and further postponing purchases may contribute to even greater losses.
More on this in “Rzeczpospolita”.