KUALA LUMPUR, Dec. 30 — 60% of Malaysians surveyed want a better emotional life in 2023, according to a survey conducted by the UCSI Poll Center.
The survey results also show that 67% of the 1,717 respondents said 2022 was a good year. By comparison, 24% of people said he had a great year, and 9% said he had a terrible year.
“Some Malaysians may have had a terrible year because of the inevitable tragedy that occurred in Malaysia that year.
“For example, extreme flooding has caused widespread destruction and loss of life,” said a research center associated with UCSI University.
The survey also found that about 35% of respondents said they were looking forward to 2023, 56% were in a somewhat stable emotional state, and 9% were worried about next year.
“These concerns may have been sparked by news from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which predicted that global inflation would rise from 8.8% in 2022 to 6.5% in 2023,” the research center said. rice field.
Another area the research center has explored is 2023 projections.
Respondents were given six options, including ways to improve their physical lives, emotional lives, careers, mental lives, and important relationships in their lives.
Survey results show that 60% of respondents want to improve their emotional lives, 54% want to improve their physical lives, and 52% want to have meaningful relationships in their lives. I would like to.
“The survey’s final question aims to determine whether respondents believe 2023 will be better than the previous year.
“75% of those taking the survey have positive expectations for next year, 13% are unsure what 2023 has in store for them, and 12% believe 2023 will be better than 2022. Yes,” said the study. Said.
The survey was conducted from 21st to 26th December this year. Respondents ranged from 18 to 30 (67%), 31 to 40 (22%), 41 to 50 (6%), and 50+ (5%).