SIXTY per cent of Spanish families believe that their quality of life fell in 2014, says a new report.
The International Institute of Family Studies interviewed 600 people for The Family Watch report.
Of those, 43.5 per cent described their financial situation as ‘mediocre,’ although 24.5 per cent believed that it would get better in 2015.
And 50 per cent of participants thought their quality of life would stay the same in 2015.
Head of The Family Watch, Maria Jose Olesti, emphasised the importance of creating a plan to support families which could potentially help improve the quality of life in the country.