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23% Pakistanis claim they would not attend to an injured person if they witness a road accident; 4% less millennials than other respondents would help an injured person during a road accident and inform the police as well.

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According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup & Gilani Pakistan, 23% Pakistanis claim they would not attend to an injured person if they witness a road accident; 4% less millennials than other respondents would help an injured person during a road accident and inform the police as well.

A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces was asked, “If God forbid you witness a road accident in which a person is injured, what would you do?” In response to this question, 23% said they would ignore the accident and leave the spot, 37% said they would help the injured without informing the police, 28% said they would help the injured and inform the police as well, while 12% did not know.

Millennials vs Others:

In response to this question, 23% millennial respondents (aged 18-30) said they would ignore the accident and leave the spot, 37% said they would help the injured without informing the police, 25% said they would help the injured and inform the police as well, while 15% did not know. On the other hand, 23% other respondents (aged 30+) said they would ignore the accident and leave the spot, 37% said they would help the injured without informing the police, 29% said they would help the injured and inform the police as well, while 11% did not know.

A comparison of results shows that 4% less millennials than other respondents would help an injured person during a road accident and inform the police as well.

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