85% Pakistanis believe it to be a child’s duty to take care of ill parents, compared to the global average of 69%. (World Values Survey and Gallup & Gilani Pakistan)

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85% Pakistanis believe it to be a child’s duty to take care of ill parents, compared to the global average of 69%. (World Values Survey and Gallup & Gilani Pakistan)

Islamabad, 22nd September, 2020

According to a World Values Survey and Gallup & Gilani Pakistan Poll, 85% Pakistanis believe it to be a child’s duty to take care of ill parents, compared to the global average of 69%.

A nationally representative sample of adult men and women from across the four provinces was asked the following question, “Do you think it is a child’s duty to take care of ill parent?” In response to this question, 69% strongly agreed, 16% agreed, 9% neither agreed nor disagreed, 4% disagreed and 2% strongly disagreed.

Global Results: Globally, 31% strongly agreed, 38% agreed, 16% neither agreed nor disagreed, 11% disagreed and 4% strongly disagreed that it is a child’s duty to take care of their ill parent.

 

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