- Refugees: Nearly half (48%) Pakistanis think that the Government of Pakistan should not help the Afghan refugees.
- Reading: 3 in 4 Pakistanis (75%) claim not to read any books at all; only 9% are avid readers.
- Phone usage: 38% Pakistanis spend 2 hours or more in a day using a mobile phone, 29% claim not to spend any time at all.
- Over a period of 37 years, a decrease of 31% is observed in the proportion of Pakistanis who believed that education becomes a hurdle in a girl’s marriage.
- On exercise: More than 6 in 10 Pakistanis (64%) do not engage in any physical activity that makes them sweat a lot and raises their heart rate.
- Smoking: 77% Pakistanis claim that they do not smoke cigarettes; among those who say they do not smoke, many have relatives or coworkers who do smoke.
- On sleeping: 41% Pakistanis claim that they sleep for 8 hours on average in a day.
- Over a period of 8 years, 17% more Pakistanis are willing to educate their daughters in co-education schools.
- Sahiwal Incident: Nearly half (47%) Pakistanis are of the view that the government’s response to the incident should have been stricter.
- Pakistani public opinion split on whether Sahiwal incident victims would get justice: 4 in 10 Pakistanis believe that the victims of this incident would get justice; whereas 50% think they would not get justice.