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The majority of Croatian citizens, 84 per cent of them, are worried about the current economic crisis and believe that it is set to last at least another three years or longer in Croatia. 80 per cent of citizens also believe that unemployment figures will also grow, writes website politika plus.
Along with unemployment, two thirds of Croatia's citizens predict economic unstability, whilst 47 per cent are concered about losing their jobs, according to result from a survey conducted by the Centre for Research GfK.
Only 18 per cent have not felt the effects of the crisis and just 14 per cent believe that Croatia will come out of the economic crisis in the next few years. Currently only 20 per cent are satisfied with their current financial situation. The most pessimistic Croats are from the Slavonia, Lika, Banovina and Kordun regions, with those in Croatia's capital Zagreb the most optimistic.
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