Interim Results of the Project
Project results are measured through nation-wide sociology studies of the population financial literacy. The second wave of studies carried out in 2015 showed improvement of all key outcome indexes of the Project.
- The share of adults with low and medium income who understand the risk to profitability ratio when choosing financial products has grown from 63% to 65%.
- The share of people who understand the importance of a financial buffer for extraordinary and crisis situations has grown from 31% to 33% among adults and from 55% to 76% among school and university students.
- The share of adults who consider and compare alternative offers before taking a loan has grown from 59% to 62%.
- The share of people who know what steps should be taken if their consumer rights are violated by financial institutions has grown from 39% to 41%.