- War with India: 7 in 10 (70%) Pakistanis oppose the initiation of war with India.
- On dialogue with India: 51% believe India will accept Imran Khan’s offer to engage in dialogue, 47% doubt it.
- Over a period of 16 years, a decrease of 17 percentage-point has taken place in the proportion of Pakistanis who believe that a lot of people who do good do not receive recognition or rewards for it in our society.
- Threat of war: 74% Pakistanis believe that war with India is somewhat or highly likely.
- Preferred Forms of Healthcare: At 66%, majority of Pakistanis prefer to visit a doctor if they happen to be sick, while 13% say they go to a hakeem.
- Usual Access Points of Healthcare: More than 7 in 10 Pakistanis report visiting a conventional doctor if they happen to be sick, while a quarter report alternatives such as hakeems and homeopathy as their most used method.
- On Making Others Offer Their Prayers: Nearly 7 in 10 Pakistanis believe that people who do not offer their prayers must be counseled to do so by means of tableegh.
- Pakistani opinion remains calm and unprovoked during threat of war with India
- Friendship with motivation to capitalize: Almost 1 in 2 Pakistanis think that cultivating friendships with individuals who could end up using them is okay.
- Gallup Pakistan Public Opinion Poll on Pulwama and Post-Pulwama India-Pakistan relations published in Jang News