Report by the European Observatory on Security drawn up by Demos&Pi and the Unipolis Foundation issued
The fourteenth edition of the Report by the European Observatory on Security drawn up by Demos&Pi and the Unipolis Foundation issued, which carried out two opinion polls in this edition to explore the development of the sense of uncertainty by the public and, for the first time, the issue of intergenerational justice for young Italians.
- Italians believe that the national government should prioritise dealing with problems of an economic nature (39%).
- The fears that cause most apprehension in the public are those linked to global insecurity (75%), and more specifically worry about “the destruction of the environment and nature” (58%) which is higher than the fear of “War” (49%).
- 59% of young Italians are convinced that nowadays, the only hope for developing their careers is to go abroad, and 18% believe that they will never receive a pension.
- The fraction saying that they are “very” or “quite” concerned about the spread of the coronavirus has fallen from 85% in 2021 to 57% in 2022.
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