Sentiments towards Budget 2024

On Feb 16, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Lawrence Wong delivered the Budget 2024 Statement in Parliament, where he outlined plans for further cost-of-living relief measures for Singaporeans and detailed steps to implement the objectives laid out in the Forward Singapore roadmap. These objectives include fostering economic growth, creating higher-quality jobs, and enhancing support for families and seniors. In this study, we delve into the sentiments towards Budget 2024. We explore how Singaporeans and residents perceive these new initatives/measures and their thoughts on its effectiveness in addressing the rising cost of living. Additionally, we uncover their views on upskilling and whether they've utilised Skillsfuture, as well as their interest in improving expertise in cybersecurity and artificial intelligence (AI).

Dataset Created
19th February 2024
Markets covered
Available in Singapore
8 questions
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N=1,000 Singapore citizens and residents

Fieldwork was conducted from 17-19 February 2024


The following formats are available:

  • Tabulation (XLS)
  • Raw datafile (CSV or XLS)
  • Live Canvas Dashboard

Question samples
  • Overall sentiments towards Budget 2024
  • Which initiatives/measures have the most significant impact on different demographics in Singapore?
  • Does Budget 2024 effectively address the challenge of managing the rising cost of living in Singapore?
  • Level of familiarity with SkillsFuture
  • How interested are Singaporeans in utilizing SkillsFuture to upskill?
  • What is the level of interest in cybersecurity and artificial intelligence?

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