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A report based on FIRs registered by police in 57 districts monitored by FAFEN in May 2010, 2011 and 2012

A report based on FIRs registered by police in 57 districts monitored by FAFEN in May 2010, 2011 and 2012

Popularity Poll

How should Pakistan deal with the issue of Indian violations of ceasefire treaty on the Kashmir border?

A) Severely with military action

B) With strong public condemnation

C) Appeal to international authorities e,g UN

D) Use political dialogue with Indian government

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Which political party you have voted for in last election?

ANP

APML

Jamat Islami

JUI-F

Tehreek-e-Insaf

MQM

PML-N

PPP

PML-Q

none

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Survey Report

Politics

June 26, 2012
People dissatisfied with Raja Parvez as PM

According to RTI Research Centre polls, majority of the Pakistani public has condemned the decision of electing Raja Parvez Ashraf as Prime Minister of state.

Civil Society

June 06, 2012
Law should be devised to control elements who force people into changing their religion

According to RTI Research Centre Survey, majority of the public has opined that there should be a specific law against elements who force people into changing their religion.

Economy

June 05, 2012
The new Budget has failed to relieve public of financial burden

According to RTI Pakistan Research Centre polls, majority of the Pakistani public has opined that the recently presented budget has not proven to provide relief for common public.

Foreign Policy

May 28, 2012
Public against reopening NATO supply routes even with heavy Transit Fee

RTI Pakistan Research Survey has revealed major public opinion which is against reopening NATO supply routes to Afghan border through Pakistan, even with heavy financial compensation.

Sports

May 22, 2012
Pakistan Premier League will attract International cricket towards Pakistan

According to RTI Pakistan Research Centre polls, majority of the Pakistani public is of the view that Pakistani Premier League (PPL) will be a successful effort to motivate International cricketers to play for Pakistan.

Lifestyles

June 26, 2012
Dresses in Fashion Shows are not practical to wear for common public

According to RTI Research Centre majority of the Pakistani public is of the view that the designs worn by the models in various fashion shows are far from the real lifestyle of common public.

Brain Quest

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Latest Polls


Politics 

Is Imran Khan confused about taliban

Yes

No

Dont know

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Civil Society 

SHOULD THERE BE ENFORCEMENT/USE of CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN CASES OF RAPE and/or MURDER

A) DEFINITELY

B) ONLY IN EXTREME CASES

C) NO, it GOES AGAINST HUMAN RIGHTS

D) DONT KNOW/MAYBE

 
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Economy 

WHAT DO YOU THINK IS THE MOST EFFECTIVE MEANS TO SUSTAIN/IMPROVE THE PAKISTANI ECONOMY?

FOREIGN BORROWING (eg IMF and World Bank)

IMPROVING TIES WITH COUNTRIES and INCREASING TRADE (e.g with INDIA)

INCREASING ENERGY PRODUCTION e.g ELECTRICITY AND GAS

TACKLING CORRUPTION AND INTRODUcING ACCOUNTABILITY

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Foreign Policy 

What stance should Pakistan take with the issue of military intervention in Syria?

Support NATO AND USA (for intervention)

Support Russia and China (against intervention)

Remain Neutral

None of the above

 
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Sports 

Should PCB consider to hire Younas Khan again as captain of Pakistan Cricket Team?

Yes

No

Can't Decide

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Life Style 

Do you think that the designs worn by models in fashion shows are really practical to wear for common public?

Yes

No

Can't decide

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Customized Poll 

Do you think that 8000 PKR is a justified minimum wage of a worker in Pakistan?

Yes

No

Can't decide

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Right to Information Pakistan ,RTI Pakistan ,Online Research Center ,Research organization Pakistan,About RTI Pakistan Research Center,It was established in August 2010 to study general attitudes prevalent in Pakistan on assorted and varied topics like politics and current affairs, domestic and foreign policy, role of media and civil society, leisure, sports and lifestyles. In this role the center plans to serve as a valuable information resource and tool for political leaders, journalists, scholars and citizens. The Center will conduct regular weekly, monthly and quarterly polls and surveys on major issues to gauge public opinion and track new and emerging trends in Pakistani civil society in reaction to major news events. Shorter commentaries will also be produced on a regular basis addressing the issues of the day from a public opinion perspective. In addition, the Center will periodically field major surveys on the news media, social issues and international affairs. All of our current survey results will be made available free of charge on our website: www.rtipakistan.com , through press release to print media. The center will also publish a quarterly newsletter.

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