Around 12% Pakistanis personally know someone who died from Coronavirus
During the survey, participants were asked the question: "In your social circle, do you know anyone who has lost her/his life due to the coronavirus?"
Around 12% of Pakistanis have confessed that they personally know someone who has lost her/his life due to the novel coronavirus.
This was revealed according to a survey conducted by Gallup & Gilani Pakistan.
During the survey, participants were asked the question: “In your social circle, do you know anyone who has lost her/his life due to the coronavirus?”
In response to the question, 12% said “Yes,” 88% said “No,” while 1% were unaware or preferred not to respond.
The survey was carried out among a sample of 1,590 women and men in rural and urban areas of the four provinces of Pakistan between the 19th of March to the 6th of April.
The margin of error for the survey is between 2-3% at around 95% confidence level.
The methodology used for data collection was phone interviews. Respondents hailed from around 100 districts of Pakistan.
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