- Gallup Pakistan’s FinDev Cyberletter – A monthly newsletter on Financial Inclusion: Tenth Edition
- More than 6 in 10 (64%) Pakistanis believe that the eradication of the interest system from the country is possible, a 13% decline from 1979, while 30% think that it cannot be completely eradicated.
- 49% Pakistanis think that the abolishment of interest based lending will improve economic situation in the country; 26% believe that this action will further deteriorate the financial situation.
- 57% Pakistanis opine that their health with respect to their body weight is commendable (somewhat good or very good), 38% rate it as poor (somewhat bad or very bad).
- Fitness alert: 61% of Pakistanis deem their fitness as laudable (somewhat good or very good) 37% think it is not up to the mark (somewhat bad or very bad).
- Sleeping patterns: 45% Pakistanis claim to sleep well (always or mostly), 28% say that they are unable to sleep peacefully.
- Short Report on Health Statistics in Pakistan
- Physical inactivity prevails over Pakistan: 37% Pakistanis say they generally do not do any exercise; only 4% claim they exercise daily.
- Care for the elderly; 60% Pakistanis believe that older people are well taken care of in our society, 30% think otherwise.
- 42% Pakistanis profess that they were affected by the increase in flour prices, 21% claim the same for increase in meat prices.