Majority of respondents expect nothing will change.
Close to 40% of residents said household finances will not change in a full year, a YouGov survey showed.
This pie chart also showed that around one in five (19%) sees that household spending will worsen but 28% said it will improve.
Less than two in 10 said they have no idea if there will be changes in their finances.
Amongst the most optimistic about their finances in the next 12 months are from media, marketing, advertising, PR and sales, retail, and construction.
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