Most Nigerians satisfied with personal well-being
According to NOIPOlls, its Personal Well-Being Index increased by
2,3-points to stand at 45,6-points in September 2014, a peak position so far in 2014.
In addition, there was an increase in all indicators that comprise the
PWBI with the highest increase observed in the Personal Security Index with 7,2-points.
Furthermore, the NOIPolls Consumer Confidence Index increased slightly by 0,6-point to stand at 71,3-points in September 2014.
According to NOIPolls, further analysis of the two indicators that make up the confidence index revealed that the Present Situation Index (PSI) increased by 2,3-points while the Expectation Index (EI) declined by 0,6-point.
The NOIPolls Personal Well-Being Index measures factors impacting on the lives of everyday Nigerians; thereby producing a complete view of the individual’s personal well-being.
The NOIPolls Consumer Confidence Index provides consumer assessments of the economic situation and their intentions and expectations for the future.
The Personal Well-Being Index and Consumer Confidence Index Polls were conducted in the month of September 2014.
The PWBI involved telephone interviews of a random nationwide sample.
A total of 1 000 randomly selected phone-owning Nigerians aged 18 years and above, representing the six geopolitical zones in the country were interviewed.
“With a sample of this size, we can say with 95 percent confidence that the results obtained are statistically precise within a range of plus or minus 3 percent,” NOIPolls stated.
In addition the Consumer Confidence Index involved telephone interviews of a random nationwide sample.
A total of 4 000 randomly selected phone-owning Nigerians aged 18 years and above, representing the six geopolitical zones in the country, were interviewed.
“With a sample of this size, we can say with 95 percent confidence that the results obtained are statistically precise – within a range of plus or minus 2 percent.”
NOIPolls Limited is said to be the leading country-specific polling
services in West Africa, which works in technical partnership with the Gallup Organisation (USA), to conduct periodic opinion polls and studies on various socio-economic and political issues in Nigeria.
– CAJ News
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