Serbs most optimistic and Slovenians most pessimistic about 2024

While more than half of survey respondents in 10 Central European countries assessed 2023 rather negatively, 2024 was greeted with modest optimism in Austria, Hungary, Montenegro and Serbia, where most respondents believe that this year will be good for their respective countries.

According to the CEPER survey, Montenegro is the most optimistic among Central European countries – 67% of Montenegrins expect 2024 to be quite good, while in Serbia slightly more than half of respondents (53%) predict that 2024 will be a good year.

Less than half of respondents in Austria and Montenegro believe that 2023 was quite bad for their country. However, in Serbia, Hungary, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Poland and Romania, the vast majority, between 55% and 69% of respondents, view the year 2023 quite negatively.

Slovakia, Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Slovenia are the most disappointed countries in the region, with over 70% of respondents saying that the past year was quite bad for their nation.

Slovenia is the most pessimistic country, as only 26 percent of respondents said that this year will be good, while 67 percent have gloomy expectations.

(Biznis i Finansije, 17.01.2024)

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