- In 2018, the average fee doctor’s charged for consultation was 179 rupees, which is 24 rupees more than what they were charging in 2017.
- Gallup Pakistan’s FinDev Cyberletter – A monthly newsletter on Financial Inclusion: Fourteenth Edition
- More than half Pakistanis (53%) believe that individuals/households themselves should be responsible for keeping neighborhoods clean; only 13% think it is the government’s responsibility.
- Microeconomic Impacts of Public Transit – Evidence from Lahore, Pakistan
- More than 3 in 5 Pakistanis (63%) do not dispose of their household waste properly.
- Intern Session on Microcredit Schemes in Pakistan with Dr. Ijaz Shafi Gilani
- Health care: A vast majority of Pakistanis (84%) claim they have not heard any health-related advertisement on the radio in the last three months.
- Intern Session on Market Research with Mr. Bilal Khan
- More Pakistanis (40%) prefer seeking treatment from a private hospital/doctor than from a government hospital/doctor (36%) when a member of their family falls ill.
- Enthusiasm for the elections: In general, results show that while participation in canvassing fell from 1988 to 2002, it rose after the 2002 elections from 23% to 33% in the 2018 elections. Around 40% people also got a chance to hoist flags in 2018. However, the percentage of people who hoisted flags has remained almost the same over the years barring a slight rise in 1993.