WHAT DO YOUNG VOTERS THINK IN PAKISTAN? – Mar 2012
This report explores the opinions of people across Pakistan in issues of voting, politics, current events, and community participation. It also attempts to assess their awareness regarding their national and provincial leaders.
It pays special attention to understanding the perceptions and opinions of young voters. Young voters are classified as individuals between the ages of 18 and 30 years of age.
The findings are divided into five distinct sections. The first section explores the people’s opinions about the country and the problems it faces. The second section looks into their views about the government. The third section focuses on their thoughts about voting, while the fourth section asks them about their views regarding politics, as well as community participation. The fifth section inquires about their source of information and knowledge about current events and political parties. The last part of the report contains details about the methodology of the survey.
This survey was carried out between the 29P thP of January and the 27P thP of February, 2012.