As ugaiz might know…
It isn’t just GST either – prices of other things like petrol and property going up, Malaysians are getting more and more concerned about what they spend on. Some things are also going down in price as well, and in a time of uncertainty, the natural instinct of many will be to cut down spending. But is it really necessary? We don’t have the answers to this question, but maybe you do!
The NAIKWATCH Survey 2015
The object of this survey is to monitor the rising cost of living in Malaysia, and how it might affect our spending habits. Our plan is to run this survey at least once a year (maybe more), to monitor how much the average consumer is spending.
Why should you take the survey?
Well, firstly, it’s only 36 questions and shouldn’t take longer than 5 minutes to complete, so if you’re interested in finding out what everyone else is spending, click here to take the survey.
The survey is meant to be as easy to answer as possible, asking questions like
- How much did you pay for your last haircut? and
- How much do you pay for an average lunch?
With each time we run this survey, we’ll get a snapshot of the cost of living in Malaysia, and can then compare it in future to tell how costs are affecting our daily lives, and how best to accommodate for them.
Oh, AND you could stand a chance to win these awesome RM100 AEON Vouchers that NEVER EXPIRE OMG! (80 winners will be picked at random from the survey takers).
Sound good? Awsom!
TAKE THE SURVEY HERE and click these little cute buttons below to encourage your friends to take it as well.