Majority Pakistanis consider religious faith and good manners as the most important qualities for children to learn at home. Imagination and Independence rank lowest with only 1 in 5 claiming they are important qualities (World Values Survey & Gallup & Gilani Pakistan Poll)

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Majority Pakistanis consider religious faith and good manners as the most important qualities for children to learn at home. Imagination and Independence rank lowest with only 1 in 5 claiming they are important qualities (World Values Survey & Gallup & Gilani Pakistan Poll)

According to a World Values Survey and Gallup & Gilani Pakistan, majority Pakistanis see religious faith and good manners as the most important qualities for children to learn at home. Imagination and Independence rank lowest with only 1 in 5 claiming they are important qualities.

A representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces was asked, “Out of a list of qualities that children can be encouraged to learn at home. Which, if any, do you consider to be especially important?” In response, 14% considered imagination to be important, 21% said independence, 23% chose determination, 25% say saving, 32% chose selflessness, 36% said feeling of responsibility, 37% say hard work, 42% say tolerance and respect, 49% say obedience while the highest ranked qualities are religious faith at 59% and good manners at 61%.

 

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