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Global Economic Conditions Impact Social Change

GLOBAL ECONOMIC CONDITIONS IMPACT HOW PEOPLE GET INVOLVED IN SOCIAL CHANGE. DONATING MONEY, GOODS OR SERVICES is the top way adults around the world engage in social change. 50% have gotten involved this way in the past SIX MONTHS. (ON AVERAGE) CHANGE IN LIKELIHOOD to Engage in Positive Social Change WHEN ECONOMIC CONDITIONS ARE BAD: (ON AVERAGE) 28% 29% 28% 24% 20% of adults are more likely to participate in SOCIAL NETWORKING sites to promote social change in a bad economy. 29% of adults around the world are more likely to VOLUNTEER in bad economic conditions. 43% Donate money 51% Donate goods or services 57% Get involved through an organization 56% Participate in social networking 57% Volunteer JUST AS LIIKELY 37% 14% 16% of adults around the world are less likely to DONATE MONEY. 20% 26% 26% of adults around the world are less likely to DONATE GOOD OR SERVICES. *** 37% 65% Agree that when economic conditions are bad, it is MORE IMPORTANT TO BE INVOLVED IN SOCIAL CHANGE than when economic conditions are good. (ON AVERAGE) Adults in the U.S., Canada and Germany are the LEAST LIKELY to indicate that their actions will change as a result of the economy. Adults in Jordan and India are the MOST LIKELY to indicate that their actions will change as a result of the economy. www.WaldenU. edu/impactreport SOURCE: WALDEN UNIVERSITY'S 2012 SOCIAL CHANGE IMPACT REPORT CONDUCTED BY HARRIS INTERACTIVE, FEBRUARY-MARCH 2012 Note Data for ech indwidual country is representative of that caunty. The "Average Aesult "is the arithmedc average æross al & countres. This maesure does nat acount for differeoces in population size and thus is not repres antative. A13NI7 SS31

Global Economic Conditions Impact Social Change

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Economic conditions impact involvement in positive social change. Two-thirds of adults across the globe agree that when economic conditions are bad, it's more important to be involved in social change...

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