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Gallup Pakistan is a leading survey research agency, and a specialist in independent third party evaluation and ratings. Est.1980
Oct 8, 2020 6 tweets 4 min read
Significant majority in Pakistan want Nawaz Sharif to return to Pakistan and face courts: Gallup Pakistan Political Weather Report, September 2020

Detailed report can be accessed at:… Key findings:

1 in 5 Adults claim to have heard Nawaz Sharif speech to the recently held APC. This adds up to around 20 million men and women above the age of 18.

Link to report:…
Sep 30, 2020 8 tweets 4 min read
Gallup Pakistan collaborated with Pakistan Microfinance Network to estimate the potential market for #Mircofinance in Pakistan including #Credit, #savings, #payments and #insurance.

Link to report:… The report provides a statistical overview of the current microfinance landscape in Pakistan & it explores three penetration levels based on data collected in the following three studies: Access to Finance Survey, Household Integrated Economic Survey & the National Poverty Report
Sep 30, 2020 4 tweets 10 min read
Gallup Pakistan for the World Bank Group, conducted a #randomised #VirtualReality #experiment with 2,000 participants in #Karachi to investigate the relationship between #urban #design, #willingness to use #publicspace and #social #cohesion.
Read more:… This study used 4 short #VR #experiences to investigate whether improvements in #urban #design elements of a #public #park would increase willingness to use it, and whether exposure to #diversity would improve #social #cohesion.
Read more:…
Sep 30, 2020 9 tweets 19 min read
What does an average #Sindh #youth look like and what does an average Sindh youth #aspires for?
Find more about the #Hopes, #aspirations and #attitudes of Sindh youth through public opinion polling conducted by Gallup Pakistan.
Full Report:
@WVS_Survey According to past and latest consensus by PBS, #Sindh is a #youthful #province with #young people under the age of 19 make up 50% of the #population
Aug 24, 2020 7 tweets 3 min read
Findings from the Wave 7 report of the @GallupPak Coronavirus Attitude Tracker Survey aired on @92newschannel

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Aug 21, 2020 8 tweets 4 min read
All Economic Vulnerability indicators show improvement in W7. This doesn’t mitigate the fact that nearly all HH's experienced economic shock & those who have fallen below poverty line would need either govt. or NGO assistance to climb up.

@FinMinistryPak @Asad_Umar Significant decline in proportion of Pakistanis who claim to have reduced the number or size of meals for some family members to cover their household's basic needs

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Aug 19, 2020 10 tweets 5 min read
Thread on findings from Policy Note on "Access to Credit in Pakistan" authored & released by @KarandaazPK to answer questions around borrowing in Pakistan. @GallupPak provided the support in research and data analysis.

Access full note at:… Incidence of Borrowing Among Pakistani Adults: The proportion of total borrowers varies significantly and ranges between 7% - 48%. As per recent readings, 35% of the respondents under Findex (2017) reported to have borrowings, while FII (2017) and A2F (2015)
report 15% and 17%.
Aug 4, 2020 12 tweets 5 min read
Savings in Pakistan - What do the Numbers Tell Us?

@KarandaazPK note presents the saving landscape of the country by analysing the demand & supply side statistics. Gallup Pakistan analysed the three demand side surveys for this note.

Read more at:… Key Findings:

1. The proportion of total savers estimated for Pakistan vary between 32-72% for the three surveys. The proportion of respondents saving at a formal financial institution however, is consistent across all three surveys at 6%. Image
Jul 6, 2020 7 tweets 6 min read
Looking at the World Bank’s data, it can be inferred that access to finance is very low within Pakistan’s business community and concrete steps are required to improve their connectivity with the financial system.
#AccesstoFinance #A2F @KarandaazPK
Link:… For making relevant policy interventions access to quality demand and supply data is imperative. Currently, all data points with respect to businesses are significantly dated. Economic Census Pakistan was conducted in 2005 and World Bank Survey in 2013.…
Jul 6, 2020 8 tweets 8 min read
The most recent and available data source on businesses’ access to finance is available from World Bank Enterprise Survey 2013, which asks 13 very pertinent questions.
#AccesstoFinance #A2F #SME @KarandaazPK
Read in detail:… Image 58% of the firms in Pakistan have either checking or savings accounts. Pakistan ranks 6th among the 7 South Asian countries while Bhutan ranks 1st with (93%) firms having checking/saving accounts.
#AccesstoFinance #A2F #SME @KarandaazPK
Read in detail:…
Jun 23, 2020 7 tweets 8 min read
Since April, 900,000 more households now claim to have reduced the number or size of meals for some family members to cover their household's basic needs

#CoronaVirusPakistan #COVID19Pakistan #GallupPakistan #AttitudeTrackerWave6 Image Nearly 1 in 4 Pakistanis (22%) now report relying on less preferred and less expensive food items to cover basic household needs
#CoronaVirusPakistan #COVID19Pakistan #GallupPakistan #AttitudeTrackerWave6 Image
Jun 3, 2020 8 tweets 3 min read
Access 'Pakistani Labor Force at Risk' report at:…

For an in-depth analysis, please refer to the following thread:

"Gallup Report on Pakistani Labor Force at Risk distinguishes between 17 million high-risk employees reported in the media... (1/n) In policy analysis, it appears that the 1st effect of lockdown on sharecroppers is not too serious because of short duration; they're likely to continue their farming activities, without major shock, although majority of them are likely to remain in poverty for near future (2/n)
Jun 2, 2020 4 tweets 2 min read
12% Pakistanis report suffering from fever in the past 4 days - one of the symptoms of COVID-19. A majority (78%) reported that they did not feel any illness. Image Respondents in the 30-39 age cohort were most likely to report suffering from fever (20%) and sore throat (16%). 90% of those in the most vulnerable group (50+) did not feel any illness. Image
Apr 28, 2020 11 tweets 9 min read
"#COVID19 has made visible the differences between the rich and developed economies, vis-à-vis the poor and developing economies in terms of resources and how well they can manage this crisis" - @Daanish_n

Gallup Pakistan & @NDF_Pak Webinar 1.

@khansheharyar Image "Systematic evaluation and measurement of government campaigns is a crucial instrument that is less often used in Pakistan. Survey results can potentially create an audience for such evaluations." - @bilalgilani

@NDF_Pak @khansheharyar

Apr 23, 2020 4 tweets 7 min read
2 in 5 (41%) students report being with other people while they attend online classes at home instead of being alone.

Access full report by Gallup Pakistan on Support & Opposition for Remote (Online) Education at:…

#remotelearning #OnlineClasses Image @bilalgilani #PakistanEducation #remotelearning #onlineeducation #CoronaInPakistan #Covid_19 #COVIDー19 #CoronaVirusUpdates
Apr 21, 2020 4 tweets 3 min read
Economic Impact of #COVID19: 84% Pakistanis claim to have lost a significant portion of their income during COVID19 outbreak. 7 in 10 (68%) report losing their job.

Respondents aged 30-39 years (90%) are most affected by loss of income. ImageImage Pakistanis most likely to report losing their job (68%) or a serious part of their income (84%) during the covid-19 crisis. Japanese & Germans are least likely to report the same.

@Dr_FirdousPTI @ImranKhanPTI @FinMinistryPak @SaniaNishtar

#COVID19Pakistan #COVID19 Image
Apr 21, 2020 4 tweets 2 min read
Near equal split in public opinion over the world returning to its pre-crisis state after the pandemic ends.

Urban respondents (52%) and young people (54%) more likely to believe that there will be major changes in the world after the pandemic ends.

#COVID19Pakistan ImageImage Respondents from Italy and Philippines (31%) are least hopeful about the world returning to its pre-crisis state after the pandemic is over. Pakistan ranks 10th out of 17 countries in terms of hope Image
Apr 21, 2020 4 tweets 2 min read
Since March, 22% rise in the proportion of Pakistanis who opine that the federal government of Pakistan is controlling the #COVID19Pakistan situation very well. 18% continue to disagree. Image Highest level of satisfaction with government performance observed among females (87%) and young people (87%) Image
Apr 21, 2020 4 tweets 2 min read
1 in 2 Pakistanis claim to have heard the entire #COVID19 public awareness message that is played when making a call from mobile phone. Higher proportion of urban residents, females & those in the 30-39 age cohort claim to have heard the entire public awareness message ImageImage @PTAofficialpk
Apr 21, 2020 6 tweets 2 min read
Our Attitude Tracker W3 results show 54% rise in proportion of Paks who are limiting social interactions & 32% rise in those who are frequently washing hands to protect themselves from #COVID19 since March. 30% fall in those who have taken no precautionary measures Image More people in rural areas claim to be limiting social interactions while higher proportion of urban residents are using medical masks + sanitizers. Lowest proportion of people in KP wearing gloves. Image
Mar 28, 2020 5 tweets 1 min read
Participate in Gallup Pakistan online #poll on how you / members of your household are attending schools / universities virtually in PK. #COVID19Pakistan

Are the online classes being attended from a city/village?

کیا آن لائن (online)کلاس میں شرکت کسی شہر/گاؤں سے کر رہے ہیں؟ Where are you attending these online classes from (Home, friends home, relatives home, some other place?

ان آن لائن (online) کلاسوں میں شرکت کہاں سے کر رہے ہیں؟