ROZEE.PK Poll: 37% Professionals in Pakistan Travel to Work on a Motorcycle

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll, 37% professionals in Pakistan travel to work on a motorcycle.

34% females travel by bus or van to work, whereas a majority of male professionals (39%) travel to work on a motorcycle.

City wise, 35% of professionals from Islamabad-Rawalpindi travel to work on a car; from Karachi 33% each from bus and motorcycle; from Lahore 43% from motorcyle; and 45% professionals from Multan travel to work on a motorcycle.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 1500 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during October 11, 2013 – October 14, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 56% Pakistanis Would Prefer Reading a Book Than Watching a Movie

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll, 56% Pakistanis revealed their love for reading by choosing reading books over watching a movie.

Gender wise, it is the females who, in majority prefer reading books than their male counterparts. 67% females chose reading books as compared to 53% males.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 1200 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during October 07, 2013 – October 14, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 30% Pakistanis Will Be Travelling to Another City This Bakra Eid

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll, 30% Pakistanis will be going out of town to celebrate this Bakra-Eid.

Less percentage of females, in comparison, will be travelling to another city, than their male counterparts. 29% males while 12% females said that they would be travelling to another city to celebrate Bakra Eid.

City wise, a majority of respondents from Lahore and Islamabad-Rawalpindi will be leaving for another city as compared to those based in Karachi.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 1500 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during October 10, 2013 – October 14, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 55% Pakistanis Have Had Their Shoes Stolen Outside a Masjid

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll, more than half of Pakistanis  (55%) have had their shoes stolen outside a Masjid.

Less percentage of females, in comparison, have lost shoes than their male counterparts.

City wise, a majority of respondents from Lahore (58%) reported that they have lost their shoes outside a Masjid.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 1700 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during October 04, 2013 – October 07, 2013.

 

 

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 36% Pakistanis Text, Email, or Use Social Media While Driving

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll, 36% Pakistanis admitted that they text, email or use social media while driving.

Comparatively more females drive safely than their male counterparts with 74% revealing they do not use their cell phones while driving.

Younger population seems more daring as 30% of respondents below the age of 30 reveal they text, email while driving as compared to 21% of the respondents above the age of 30.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 1300 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during October 03, 2013 – October 06, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: A Majority of Professionals in Pakistan Are Not Allowed to Access Facebook at Work

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll, 45% of Professionals in Pakistan reported that they are not allowed to access Facebook at their workplace.

Comparatively more females are barred from accessing Facebook at work than their male counterparts.

Across the cities, we see a similar trend with majority of workplaces that do not let their employees access Facebook while at work.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 2200 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 30, 2013 – October 02, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 24% Professionals in Pakistan ‘Suit Up’ to Work

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll, an approximately equal percentage of Professionals in Pakistan (24%) reported dressing in ‘Suit and Tie’  and ‘Business Casual’ to workplace.

A whopping 44% females wear ‘Shalwar Kameez’ to work.

Surprisingly, a majority of respondents from Peshawar (36%) reported wearing ‘Shalwar Kameez’ to work.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 1800 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 27, 2013 – September 30, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 68% Pakistanis Feel Universities/Colleges Should Fine Students for not Following Dress Code

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll,  68% Pakistanis feel that Universities/Colleges should be allowed to fine students who do not follow the university dress code.

Comparatively females are in the majority supporting the Universities/Colleges that fine students for not following the dress code.

Respondents from Karachi are comparatively least favorable towards the University/College’s right to fine students for not following the dress code. 28% feel Universities should not fine students, the percentage higher than the 22% respondents from Lahore and Islamabad-Rawalpindi who oppose the fine.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 900 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 26, 2013 – September 29, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 50% Pakistanis Use DSL at Home to Access the Internet

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll,  50% Pakistanis are using DSL at their homes to access the internet.

Comparatively less females  (20%) prefer using Broadband as compared to their male counterparts (31%).

Users with monthly income above Rs.30,000 prefer using DSL as compared to users with lesser disposable income.

City wise, majority of users who belong to Islamabad-Rawalpindi are using DSL as compared to users who belong to Karachi.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 1600 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 26, 2013 – September 29, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 55% Pakistanis Are Using Mobile Internet

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll,  55% Pakistanis use Mobile Internet (GPRS, Edge) on their phones.

Comparatively more females are using Mobile Internet than their male counterparts.

Users with monthly income less than Rs.10,000 are using less mobile internet as compared to those with higher salaries.

Of those who are using mobile internet, 36% have activated a monthly Mobile Internet Package whereas 32% use daily Mobile Internet Packages. 20%, however, use the Mobile Internet without subscribing to any discounted internet package.

With higher salaries, the preference for daily and monthly internet packages increases for consumers.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 1400 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 20, 2013 – September 24, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 65% Professionals in Pakistan are Concerned About Keeping Their Skills Up-to-Date

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll,  65% Professionals in Pakistan are concerned about being valuable to their employer and keeping their skills up-to-date.

Males, it seems, are comparatively less concerned about keeping their skills up-to-date than their female counterparts. 17% male professionals feel confident about their career and report having no concerns about it at all.

By age

By Career Level

By Education Level

By Years of Experience

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 1500 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 21, 2013 – September 24, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 44% Professionals in Pakistan Feel They Are Underpaid

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll,  44% Professionals in Pakistan feel they are not adequately paid for their responsibilities at work.

Gender wise, male professionals are more content with their current salary package with 50% reporting they are adequately paid for their responsibilities.

There is a noticeably stark disparity in the professionals level of satisfaction with their salary. While 65% of the respondents from the NGO/Social Services Sector report they are ‘adequately paid’ for their responsibilities, majority professionals (52%) working in Accounting/Taxation industry feel they are not.

49% professionals working in Karachi, 57% in Lahore and 52% in Islamabad-Rawalpindi feel they are underpaid for their current responsibilities.

With the increase in the professionals income levels, their level of satisfaction also seems to increase with it. Where only 48% of the professionals in Pakistan who are earning less than Rs. 10,000 per month feel they are adequately paid in their current jobs, the ratio increases to 54% for the professionals who are paid more than Rs. 50,000 per month.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 2100 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 13, 2013 – September 17, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 62% Pakistanis Don’t Go To Cinemas For Movies

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll,  62% Pakistanis confessed not visiting cinemas to watch movies.

Gender wise, the trend shows how the male population prefers visiting the cinema to watch movies comparatively more than the females, with 8% of the males going to the movies every week.

Cinemas, it appears, pull the younger crowd more as respondents under the age of 30 visit it frequently than those who are above the age of 30.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 1800 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 10, 2013 – September 14, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 33% Pakistanis ‘Extremely Likely’ to Buy The iPhone 5C

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll,  58% Pakistanis showed inclination at buying the iPhone 5C possibly in the future.

Gender wise, the trend shows how the new colorful iPhone is less welcomed by the females as 47% who said they are ‘not at all’ interested in buying the new iPhone 5C.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 1100 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 11, 2013 – September 14, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 34% Pakistanis ‘Extremely Likely’ to Buy The iPhone 5S

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll,  60% Pakistanis showed inclination at buying the iPhone 5S possibly in the future.

Gender wise, the trend shows females being more excited than their male counterparts with 32% being “extremely likely” to buy the iPhone5S as compared to their male counterparts (31%).

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 1100 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 11, 2013 – September 14, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 68% Pakistanis Use Facebook Most Actively

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll,  68% Pakistanis admit to using Facebook most actively among the many social networking services available.

Gender wise, the trend shows how males are using Facebook more than the females, with 67% of the males using it most actively; surprisingly females are using Google + comparatively more than the males.

The more mature age group can be seen using LinkedIn (21%) shifting their preference from Facebook as they grow old.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 2000 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 7, 2013 – September 10, 2013.

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58% Professionals in Pakistan Feel There is Gender Bias in Their Workplace

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll,  58% Professionals in Pakistan feel that there is gender bias in their organization.

Majority of professionals (39%) who took the poll felt that there is a male dominance in their workplace, while 20% feel there is a female majority working in their organization.

Gender wise, the poll reveals shows how both majority of male and female professionals feel there is a gender discrimination at their workplace; 35% males and 46% females (significantly more than their male counterparts) feel that more men have been hired in their organization than females.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 1700 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 7, 2013 – September 11, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 40% Pakistanis Admit Having No Interest in Pakistan-Zimbabwe Test Series

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll,  40% Pakistanis revealed their disinterest towards the ongoing Pakistan-Zimbabwe Cricket Test Series. 4%, however are not even aware that there is a cricket test series taking place between Pakistan and Zimbabwe.

44% respondents from Lahore, and 45% from Islamabad-Rawalpindi reveal their lack of interest in the test series comparatively more than those from Karachi (36%).

Karachi, it seems, is also more up to date with the current sports news with everyone at least having knowledge about the test series, unlike 5% respondents from Lahore and 3% from Islamabad-Rawalpindi.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 700 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 6, 2013 – September 8, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 44% Professionals in Pakistan Have Lied About Taking Leave of Absence

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Online Poll,  44% Professionals in Pakistan admitted lying to their employers in order to take a day off.

Gender wise, the trend shows how male professionals are likely to be deceiving their employers more than their female counterparts, with 38% of the male professionals admitting to lying about taking a leave of absence as compared to 32% female professionals.

The poll also revealed how a whopping 40% of the mature professionals (ages above 30) have lied in the past about taking a leave of absence than those who are younger in age.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 2500 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 4, 2013 – September 7, 2013.

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ROZEE.PK Poll: 50% Pakistanis Read Newspapers Online Daily

According to a recent ROZEE.PK Poll,  50% of the internet population of Pakistan prefers to read newspapers online daily.

City wise, the trend shows how daily online newspaper readership is higher in Islamabad-Rawalpindi as compared to Lahore and Karachi.

The findings are a result of an online poll that was answered by more than 2100 respondents from across all over Pakistan, and was carried during September 2, 2013 – September 4, 2013.

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