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Inflation tops the list of the world’s biggest worries but there’s plenty more on our minds, survey suggests

Inflation is the number one concern for people globally, according to a new Ipsos survey. Image: Unsplash/Engin Akyurt

Simon Torkington
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Inflation has risen to the top of the world’s biggest worries in 2022.
As of September 2022, Inflation is the biggest global concern Image: Ipsos

Almost two in three believe their country is on the wrong track to ease inflationary worries.
Almost two in three believe their country is on the wrong track to ease inflationary worries. Image: Ipsos

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