An expat survey released by international calling company, VIP Communications, reveals a number of interesting insights into the lifestyles of expats living in the United States.
The Expat Goods and Services Survey Report, which was released yesterday, contains analysis of the feedback received from 1,400 from over 40 different countries and addresses several aspects of everyday life including their take on their quality of life since they have moved abroad, the availability of appropriate standards of education and their views on the entertainment and leisure activities on offer in their host country.
Describing the survey in a press release, Graham Milne, President of VIP Communications said: “The Expat Goods and Services Survey Report reveals a range of interesting details pertaining to the overall experience that thousands of expats have been a part of since calling the United States their home.
“At VIP Communications, our commitment to truly understanding the interests and needs of our customers is second to none, and this survey validates our philosophy of providing a level of service, quality and interaction with our customers that is unavailable elsewhere today.”
The press release from VIP Communications highlighted some of the top findings from the survey and revealed the following interesting facts about expats living in the United States:
- 88% of Italians and 84% of French living in the US believe that the quality of food is higher in their home country than it is in the United States.
- 75% of expats living in the US state that safety is they feel safer living in the US than they do in their home country.
- 90% of Brits living in the United States specified that they missed cheering on their local sports teams.
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