54% Pakistanis are optimistic that their descendants would fare better at education than the older generation. 28% each opine that their descendants would be worse off in terms of health and security.

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54% Pakistanis are optimistic that their descendants would fare better at education than the older generation. 28% each opine that their descendants would be worse off in terms of health and security.

According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup & Gilani Pakistan, 54% Pakistanis are optimistic that their descendants would fare better at education than the older generation. 28% each opine that their descendants would be worse off in terms of health and security.

A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces was asked, “In your opinion, how would your next generation fare on the following aspects in comparison to their ancestors?” In response to this question, 54% respondents said that the next generation would fare better at education than their ancestors, 23% said it would be worse off, 20% it would be the same and 3% did not respond. 47% respondents said that the next generation would fare better at health than their ancestors, 28% said it would be worse off, 21% said it would be the same and 4% did not respond. 47% respondents said that the next generation would fare better at security than their ancestors, 28% said it would be worse off, 21% said it would be the same and 4% did not respond.

 

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