- Consumer confidence saw a slight increase over December (+1.0)
- Index improves thanks to rising short-term (+3.3) and forward-looking (+8.8) household finance measures
- Retrospective house value measures continued to decline (-6.3) but outlook saw a mild uptick (+1.2)
Consumer confidence saw a slight uptick in December 2022, according to new analysis from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr).
YouGov collects consumer confidence data every day, conducting over 6,000 interviews a month. Respondents answer questions about household finances, property prices, job security, and business activity, both over the past 30 days and looking ahead to the next 12 months.