- Elections 2013: 57% of National Assembly contests in Balochistan and 34% in KP were won by only 5% or less margins.
- One third Pakistanis (33%) believe they do not have enough money to fulfill their personal needs.
- 44% Pakistanis say they would encourage their female child to pursue a career in either medicine or teaching.
- 41% Pakistani say they would encourage their male child to pursue a career in either medicine or engineering.
- 46% Pakistanis favor continuation of the same profession as their own for the next generation; 54% opine differently.
- (1998-2017): 13% increase in the proportion of Pakistanis who opine that a child should opt for a profession chosen by his/her parents. 52% favor the child’s own preference.
- 67% Pakistanis claim to have felt that a certain program/TV drama was inappropriate for family viewership.
- Unmet Health Needs: 1 in 5 Pakistanis (24%) say they or their household members were unable to avail professional medical help despite wanting to do so mainly because of financial and logistical problems.
- 1 in 2 married Pakistani women, who do not call their husband by his name, address him in relation to their children.
- Health infrastructure in Pakistan lacking: Gallup Pakistan report cited in Pakistan Today