43% Of The Bulgarians Expect Lower Incomes due to the COVID-19 Crisis

43% of the Bulgarians expect that they will receive lower incomes due to the COVID-19 crisis, a survey of Trend sociological agency shows.

One-third of the respondents fear that they may lose their jobs, and according to 80% of the Bulgarians, the world will not be the same after the coronavirus pandemic. The sociologists register increased anxiety about the social and economic consequences of the COVID-19 crisis and growing expectations for even stronger economic intervention by the state.

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