Since April, a steady rise observed in the proportion of Pakistanis who report a male family member offering Jummah prayers in a mosque. 77% reported the same in July/August (Gallup & Gilani Pakistan Coronavirus Perception Tracker)

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Since April, a steady rise observed in the proportion of Pakistanis who report a male family member offering Jummah prayers in a mosque. 77% reported the same in July/August (Gallup & Gilani Pakistan Coronavirus Perception Tracker)

Islamabad, 10th September, 2020

According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup & Gilani Pakistan, 77% reported a male family member offering Jummah prayers in the mosque.

A nationally representative sample of adult men and women from across the four provinces was asked the following question, “Did any male member of your household go for Friday prayers last Friday?” In response to this question, a high 77% said yes while 21% said no. 2% did not know/did not respond.

 

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