The National University of Consumer Associations revealed shocking figures regarding the economic and social situation of all Moroccans during the current year.
According to a study conducted by the aforementioned university on consumption and consumer needs in Morocco, only 6 percent of Moroccans have a monthly income that exceeds their needs.
The study published by the National University of Consumer Societies said that most of the participants, 65.8 percent, stated in the research form that their income is insufficient to meet their needs.
The study reported that 28.1 percent of the participants stated that their monthly income is sufficient to meet their necessary needs, while 6.1 percent of them considered that their income exceeds their needs.
Most of the participants expressed their great concern about their financial and social situation in light of the escalation of high prices and the high cost of life.
The study added that only 7 percent of people have a monthly income exceeding 10,000 dirhams, while 90 percent of Moroccans have a monthly income less than this amount.
The source added that 9 percent of Moroccans have a monthly income between 8,000 and 10,000 dirhams, and 10 percent have between 6,000 and 8,000 dirhams, while most Moroccans (39.1 percent) have a monthly income of less than “thousands of dirhams,” and 36 percent have a monthly income between 3,000 dirhams. And 6 thousand dirhams.