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A young man takes a package of pasta and puts it in his cart in a convenience store in Montauban, south of France, January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A young man takes a package of pasta and puts it in his cart in a convenience store in Montauban, south of France, January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A young man takes a package of pasta and puts it in his cart in a convenience store in Montauban, south of France, January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A young man takes a package of pasta and puts it in his cart in a convenience store in Montauban, south of France, January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A supermarket cart in the aisles of a convenience store in Montauban, south of France on January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A supermarket cart in the aisles of a convenience store in Montauban, south of France on January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A supermarket cart in the aisles of a convenience store in Montauban, south of France on January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A supermarket cart in the aisles of a convenience store in Montauban, south of France on January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A supermarket cart in the aisles of a convenience store in Montauban, south of France on January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A supermarket cart in the aisles of a convenience store in Montauban, south of France on January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A supermarket cart in the aisles of a convenience store in Montauban, south of France on January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A supermarket cart in the aisles of a convenience store in Montauban, south of France on January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A supermarket cart in the aisles of a convenience store in Montauban, south of France on January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A supermarket cart in the aisles of a convenience store in Montauban, south of France on January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A supermarket cart in the aisles of a convenience store in Montauban, south of France on January 16, 2023. The cost-of-living crisis triggered by the Ukraine war, the energy crunch, surging inflation and the coronavirus pandemic has become the greatest worry for European Union citizens, according to a new Eurobarometer that shows 45% of respondents are currently having "some" or "a lot" difficulties with their personal income. The poll speaks of a "polycrisis mood" across the continent. Additionally, 46% of Europeans admit their standards of living have already decreased as a result of the mounting crises while 39% expect to see a decline sometime this year. Just 14% do not anticipate any sort of change or impact. The countries where the perceived drop in living standards has been most pronounced are Cyprus (70 % of respondents say standards have "already been reduced"), Greece (66 %), Malta (65 %), France (62 %) and Portugal (57 %), the report shows. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/ABACAPRESS.COM