18% Pakistanis say they are always pressed against time; 4% more urban than rural respondents opine the same.

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18% Pakistanis say they are always pressed against time; 4% more urban than rural respondents opine the same.

According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup & Gilani Pakistan, 18% Pakistanis say they are always pressed against time; 4% more urban than rural respondents opine the same.

A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces was asked “Please tell us how you feel about the time available to you for completing your tasks? Do you always feel that you do not have enough time to complete your daily tasks, do you sometimes feel that way or do you not feel that way at all?” In response to this question, 18% said that they always feel like that they do not have enough time to complete their tasks, 54% said that they sometimes feel that way while 27% said that they do not feel that way at all.

Rural-Urban Breakdown:

Rural-urban breakdown of the results reveal that in urban areas 21% respondents said they always feel pressed against time, 53% said they sometimes feel that way, while 26% said they never faced such a situation. Similarly in rural areas, 17% respondents stated that they always feel pressed again time, 54% said they sometimes feel that way, while 28% said they never felt that there is a scarcity of time to complete daily tasks.

 

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