ASTANA:In a recent survey conducted in March 2023, the National Statistics Bureau reported that 41.8% of Kazakhstanis expressed satisfaction with their overall quality of life. The survey included responses from both rural and urban residents, with 46.5% of rural residents and 39.6% of urban residents indicating contentment.
Notably, the survey highlighted a gender disparity in life satisfaction, with 45.4% of men and 39.5% of women expressing contentment with their lives. The overall percentage of respondents satisfied with their quality of life saw a positive increase from 41.3% in 2022 to 46.5% in the current survey.
When it comes to health, 47.6% of respondents expressed satisfaction, while 49.3% reported partial satisfaction with their well-being. Regarding financial situations, the survey showed a 2% increase to 34% of respondents feeling content with their financial status compared to the previous year.
Furthermore, the survey revealed that 72.2% of respondents identified themselves as having a middle-income, 0.3% classified as having low income, and 1% considered themselves as having high income.
The survey, known as the People’s Quality of Life survey, provides valuable insights into the sentiments of Kazakhstan’s population, shedding light on various aspects of their well-being and satisfaction levels.