- 1 in 4 Pakistanis (25%) claim to have never heard about the city Gwadar.
- More than 3/4th Pakistanis (86%) believe two to four children to be the ideal number for a family. 37% believe four or more to be the optimal number.
- 1 in 2 Pakistanis say they support a woman’s decision to work even if her spouse is able to support the family financially.
- Near majority of Pakistanis (42%) say they faced 2 hours or less load shedding, while 15% claim they faced 9 hours or more load shedding yesterday.
- Over a period of 9 years, 6% rise in the proportion of Pakistanis who say that education is more important than experience for running the government. 22% continue to opine otherwise.
- 3 in 5 Pakistanis (61%) continue to believe that for peace to be established between India and Pakistan it is essential to first resolve Kashmir issue, a 12% decline over the past 15 years.
- 58% Pakistanis believe that Pakistan has the right to Kashmir; 32% believe it should be an independent autonomous nation. Rising support for independent Kashmir noted over the past 8 years.
- More than two third Pakistanis (68%) believe it a good step by the Punjab government to introduce a booklet on child safety in the curriculum.
- Over a period of 18 years, 12% decline in the proportion of Pakistanis who consider boys to be wiser than girls.
- 27% Pakistanis opine that winter season was colder than usual this year.