According to the conclusions of the survey on the situation of large families in Spain, carried out by GAD3 for the Federación Española de Familias Numerosas (Spanish Federation of Large Families) , one third of large families live on less than 2,000 euros and 7 out of 10 find it difficult to make ends meet. The study also reveals that having 3 or more children and an income of less than 2,000 euros means having difficulty making ends meet or having to cut back on expenses in order to do so. Among these families, 12.2% have to resort to savings or even take out a loan, and only a small group of families have a cushion to cover expenses: the help of a relative (4%) or an NGO (0.7%).
You can consult all the data of the study in the following link: Familias numerosas
Universe: members of families belonging to the Spanish Federation of Large Families.
Quotas:based on the responses collected in the fieldwork.
Data collection procedure:computer-assisted online interview (CAWI).
Sample size: 1,831 interviews.
Sampling error: ± 2.3% for the total sample (n=1,831) for a confidence level of 95.5% (two sigma) and under the worst-case scenario of P=Q=0.5 in the simple random sampling assumption.
Duration of the interview: approximately 9-10 minutes and approximately 41 closed questions.
Fieldwork dates: 9-23 June 2022.