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The Canary Islands have the worst quality of life in Spain, according to the INE.

The Archipelago worsens in terms of material living conditions, education and the environment


The lowest salaries in the country, a people dedicated to service, environmental policies aimed at tourists, problems with educational and health infrastructures, increasing pollution due to the consumption of solid fuels, inability to access housing, are some of the factors that make the Canary Islands a town with little or no hope of getting out of the monoculture of tourism that stifles development as a healthy society. Apart from the civil servant world, there is also a lot of it.



In this way, and with data in hand, the Canary Islands is the autonomous community with the lowest levels of quality of life in 2022, according to the Multidimensional Quality of Life Indicator (IMCV) 2022 published by the National Institute of Statistics (INE).



The report reveals that the quality of life in the Archipelago decreased by 0.23 points in 2022, reaching a score of 98.663. Regarding the national data, the decrease was 0.20 points compared to the previous year, which represents a score of 101.64 points.



The IMCV is an experimental indicator that synthesizes information from nine quality of life indicators provided by the INE: material living conditions, work, health, education, leisure and social relations, physical and personal security, governance and basic rights, environment and environment, and general life experience.



Canary Islands fail in material conditions and education



The deterioration in the quality of life in the Islands is mainly attributed to the material conditions of life, education, leisure and social relations, and the surroundings and environment. In addition, there has also been a significant decline in governance and social rights.



It is closely followed by Andalusia and Galicia, which top the list of the lowest records in the entire Spanish territory.



Navarre, La Rioja and Aragon, those with the best quality of life



At the national level, the report also highlights that dimensions related to work, health, education and material living conditions saw improvements in their score compared to the previous year.



When analysing the autonomous communities separately, it was found that the Autonomous Community of Navarre, La Rioja and Aragon maintained the highest levels of quality of life in 2022, as in the previous edition.



Breaking down the nine dimensions of the IMCV, it was highlighted that the Autonomous Community of Navarre excelled in leisure and social relations, environment and environment, and general life experience. In contrast, the Basque Country led in material living conditions and education, while Aragon stood out in the field of employment.



Ranking of quality of life by autonomous communities, according to the INE



Navarre – 105.35

La Rioja – 104.45

Aragon – 103.99

Cantabria – 103.42

Basque Country – 103.30

Asturias – 103

Balearic Islands – 102.92

Valencian Community – 102.80

Community of Madrid – 102.01

Castilla-La Mancha – 101.92

Castile and León – 101.68

Extremadura – 101.65

Catalonia – 100.88

Murcia – 100.11

Galicia – 99.68

Andalusia – 99.54

Canary Islands – 98.66
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