- Dominant majority of Pakistanis (81%) believe that parents’ choice is more important in deciding a daughter’s marriage.
- Newspapers Content Analysis: March 2017
- 55% married Pakistanis say they have consensus of opinion on political matters with their partners; 44% say otherwise.
- (2010-2017) 11% increase in the proportion of Pakistanis who believe women are more intelligent compared to their male counterparts. GALLUP & GILANI PAKISTAN
- Gender Bias: 7 in 10 married Pakistanis say they would prefer to have a boy if they could only have one child; only 28% married males and 25% married females say they would prefer to have a girl.
- 88% Pakistanis say that their household consumes milkman’s milk (gawala milk) the most, 11% more urban respondents say their household consumes packaged milk more compared to rural respondents.
- Dominant majority of Pakistanis (94%) believe census is important for Pakistan.
- (2009-2017) 7% increase in the proportion of Pakistanis who perceive themselves to be friendly towards their family members; 1 in 5 say they are authoritative in their dealings with other family members.
- Sources of information on ongoing census: 64% Pakistanis who had heard or read about the census cite television as the main source of information; followed by 12% who say newspapers.
- 4 in 5 Pakistanis have heard or read about the 6th Census ongoing in the country.