37% Pakistanis claim that there is little or no respect for individual human rights in Pakistan: World Values Survey and Gallup & Gilani Pakistan

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37% Pakistanis claim that there is little or no respect for individual human rights in Pakistan: World Values Survey and Gallup & Gilani Pakistan

According to a World Values Survey conducted by Gallup & Gilani Pakistan in 2018, 37% Pakistanis claimed that there is little or no respect for individual human rights in Pakistan.

A nationally representative sample of adult men and women from across the four provinces was asked the following questionHow much respect is there for individual human rights nowadays in Pakistan?” In response to this question, 17% said ‘ a great deal of respect’, 43% said ‘fairly much respect’, 21% said ‘not much respect’, while 16% said ‘no respect at all’. 2% did not know/did not respond.

Global Comparison: When the same question was asked in around 70 other countries across the world with more than 70,000 respondents, 16% said ‘a great deal of respect’, 44% said ‘fairly much respect’, 27% said ‘not much respect’ and 10% said that there was no respect at all.

Question: “How much respect is there for individual human rights nowadays in your country?”

 

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