The Istat Multipurpose Survey "Aspects of Daily Life" was held in March 2011 and surveyed the size of citizens’ satisfaction. Most of the dimensions considered were broadly stable over the previous year. When asked "Currently, how satisfied are you with the whole of your life?" the average score was 7.1 (maximum 10). 50.9% of total households judge their own economic situation substantially unchanged over the previous year, but 43.7 continues to declare a worsening of their economic situation. Citizens’ satisfaction for their family relations is traditionally very high in our country: 91% are satisfied. The proportion of satisfied individuals is very high (83.4%) even with regard to the friendly relations, with shares of 59% “fairly satisfied” and 24.4% “very satisfied”. With regard to their health, 81.3% of the population aged 14 and over gave a positive judgement (very or fairly satisfied), while 12.7% is not very satisfied and unsatisfied people are 4.1%. Compared to 2010 the number remained stable. As for free time, 64.1% of the population said they are very or fairly satisfied, a proportion much lower than in the case of the other aspects of daily life already considered. The main problems felt by families in the area they inhabit are traffic (41.2%), parking (38%), air pollution (36.8%), noise (32.6%), fear to drink tap water (30%), the dirt in the streets (29.1%), difficulties in using public transport (28.6%) and the criminality (26.6% ), while the irregularity in water supply is considered a problem by 9.3% of families.