Terrorism is Spaniards biggest worry
20 January 2005, MADRID-Terrorism is the biggest concern of most Spaniards, according to an authoritative survey.
20 January 2005
MADRID-Terrorism is the biggest concern of most Spaniards, according to an authoritative survey.
Sixty-seven percent of those questioned by the Centre for Sociological Investigations said the fight against terrorism should be the principal objective of Spanish society in the next few years.
Unemployment was the second most important concern, according to those questioned by CIS during December.
Thirty-eight percent of those polled said this was the main worry for most Spaniards.
The survey showed that immigration was the third main concern, with 18.8 percent of those asked saying this was their primary worry.
But this was very closely followed by job insecurity, with 18.7 percent saying this was their principal concern.
Most believed that these problems would get worse during 2005.
But those questioned thought that only healthcare in Spain would continue at the same level as in 2004.
[Copyright EFE with Expatica]
Subject: Spanish news