Since June, 7% decline in proportion of Pakistanis who say they have borrowed food or asked for help from a friend or relative in the past 7 days to cover their household’s basic needs (Gallup & Gilani Pakistan Coronavirus Perception Tracker)

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Since June, 7% decline in proportion of Pakistanis who say they have borrowed food or asked for help from a friend or relative in the past 7 days to cover their household’s basic needs (Gallup & Gilani Pakistan Coronavirus Perception Tracker)

Islamabad, 21st September, 2020

According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup & Gilani Pakistan, since June, 7% decline in proportion of Pakistanis who say they have borrowed food or asked for help from a friend or relative in the past 7 days to cover their household’s basic needs.

A nationally representative sample of adult men and women from across the four provinces was asked the following question, “In the past 7 days, did you ‘Borrow food or ask for help from a friend or relative’ to cover your household’s basic needs?” In response to this question, 11% agreed while 89% disagreed.

 

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