100% of Glasgow South residents have felt the increased cost-of-living according to a survey carried out by local MP Stewart McDonald.
The Southside MP launched the survey earlier in the year to understand constituency impact and inform the debate on the cost of living crisis.
The survey showed:
Glasgow South's MP has now written to the Chancellor asking him to take action in the Spring statement this week that would ease the cost-of-living crisis.
Commenting, Stewart McDonald said:
"The fact that 100% of respondents to this survey said they had noticed an increase in their cost-of-living proves how big a crisis this is.
"My constituents have told me they sacrificed on heating their homes frequently, given up on cooked meals, borrowed money, taken out credit cards, and even sold their possessions in order to manage their costs and avoid debt.
"That is deeply troubling and upsetting.
"I have now written to the Chancellor asking him to take action at the Spring Statement. The UK Government must do what it can to support those who are feeling the cost-of-living crisis."