According to the Survey on Living Conditions and Income carried out in 2022, the average of overall life satisfaction was 7.0, on a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 means “Not at all satisfied” and 10 means “Totally satisfied”, lower than in the previous year (7.1) and higher than the average recorded in 2018 (6.8). Considering some aspects that contribute to the assessment of overall life, personal relationships were, on average, the one that most satisfied the population aged 16 or over (8.2), while the financial situation of the household was the least positive aspect, with an average satisfaction of 6.0. The average satisfaction with the free time available was 7.0.
Trust in others (without considering family and friends) was 5.6 in 2021 and 5.7 in 2022, on a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 means “None” and 10 means “Total trust”, higher than the result recorded in 2018 (5.2).
In 2022, 65.8% of the population aged 16 or over reported feeling happy always or most of the time, and 78.5% never or for a short time feeling lonely or isolated.
About a quarter of this population (24.9%) reported meeting with family members every day and 42.2% every week, which means that the majority (67.1%) get together with family members at least once a week.
In the same year, 55.9% of the population aged 16 years or over reported having gone to the cinema (26.4%), having participated in at least one live performance (theatre, concert, cultural event organized in the open air, etc.) (30.8%), having visited a cultural site (museum, historic monument, art gallery or archaeological site) (36.2%), or having attended live sport events (23.8%), in the 12 months prior to the interview.
Most of the population aged 16 or over (58.1%) reported not having read a book in the 12 months prior to the interview, mostly due to lack of interest (65.7%). More than 40% reported that they read at least one book in the 12 months prior to the interview, of which almost 70% read between 1 and 4 books.
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