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Hi, exclusive breastfeeding means that the infant receives only breast milk.
3 questions polled on this topic
7% response rate
85,806 responded out of 1,262,767 polled
Mar 1. 2016
What is the recommended duration of exclusive breast feeding? a) 8 months b) 6 months c) 3 months d) Others
Mar 1. 2016
Why is it important not to include water ? a) enough water in breast milk b) Giving water to young babies may cause diarrhea c) Water may not be clean and cause the baby to have infections d) Giving water may cause the baby to drink less breastmilk.
Mar 1. 2016
What can we all do to support exclusive breastfeeding? a)Talking about it b) Encouraging breastfeeding mothers c) Not giving infant formula to mothers d) All e) E (a, b and c only)

POLL RESULTS

MAR 1. 2016
What is the recommended duration of exclusive breast feeding? a) 8 months b) 6 months c) 3 months d) Others
85,806 responded out of 1,262,767 polled
Female
14%
8 months
 
8 months
74%
6 months
 
6 months
5%
3 months
 
3 months
7%
others
 
others

Male
30%
8 months
 
8 months
52%
6 months
 
6 months
5%
3 months
 
3 months
12%
others
 
others
0-14
0%
8 months
 
8 months
0%
6 months
 
6 months
0%
3 months
 
3 months
0%
others
 
others

15-19
37%
8 months
 
8 months
41%
6 months
 
6 months
8%
3 months
 
3 months
14%
others
 
others

20-24
28%
8 months
 
8 months
54%
6 months
 
6 months
6%
3 months
 
3 months
12%
others
 
others

25-30
20%
8 months
 
8 months
67%
6 months
 
6 months
5%
3 months
 
3 months
8%
others
 
others

31-34
17%
8 months
 
8 months
73%
6 months
 
6 months
4%
3 months
 
3 months
7%
others
 
others

35+
16%
8 months
 
8 months
72%
6 months
 
6 months
4%
3 months
 
3 months
8%
others
 
others
22%
8 months
 
8 months
63%
6 months
 
6 months
5%
3 months
 
3 months
10%
others
 
others
MAR 1. 2016
Why is it important not to include water ? a) enough water in breast milk b) Giving water to young babies may cause diarrhea c) Water may not be clean and cause the baby to have infections d) Giving water may cause the baby to drink less breastmilk.
57,515 responded out of 83,636 polled
Female
53%
There is enough water in breastmilk
 
There is enough water in breastmilk
19%
Giving water to young babies puts th
 
Giving water to young babies puts th
18%
Water may not be clean and cause the
 
Water may not be clean and cause the
10%
Giving water may cause the baby to d
 
Giving water may cause the baby to d

Male
51%
There is enough water in breastmilk
 
There is enough water in breastmilk
19%
Giving water to young babies puts th
 
Giving water to young babies puts th
16%
Water may not be clean and cause the
 
Water may not be clean and cause the
13%
Giving water may cause the baby to d
 
Giving water may cause the baby to d
0-14
0%
There is enough water in breastmilk
 
There is enough water in breastmilk
0%
Giving water to young babies puts th
 
Giving water to young babies puts th
0%
Water may not be clean and cause the
 
Water may not be clean and cause the
0%
Giving water may cause the baby to d
 
Giving water may cause the baby to d

15-19
43%
There is enough water in breastmilk
 
There is enough water in breastmilk
19%
Giving water to young babies puts th
 
Giving water to young babies puts th
22%
Water may not be clean and cause the
 
Water may not be clean and cause the
15%
Giving water may cause the baby to d
 
Giving water may cause the baby to d

20-24
45%
There is enough water in breastmilk
 
There is enough water in breastmilk
21%
Giving water to young babies puts th
 
Giving water to young babies puts th
21%
Water may not be clean and cause the
 
Water may not be clean and cause the
13%
Giving water may cause the baby to d
 
Giving water may cause the baby to d

25-30
51%
There is enough water in breastmilk
 
There is enough water in breastmilk
20%
Giving water to young babies puts th
 
Giving water to young babies puts th
17%
Water may not be clean and cause the
 
Water may not be clean and cause the
12%
Giving water may cause the baby to d
 
Giving water may cause the baby to d

31-34
58%
There is enough water in breastmilk
 
There is enough water in breastmilk
18%
Giving water to young babies puts th
 
Giving water to young babies puts th
14%
Water may not be clean and cause the
 
Water may not be clean and cause the
10%
Giving water may cause the baby to d
 
Giving water may cause the baby to d

35+
63%
There is enough water in breastmilk
 
There is enough water in breastmilk
16%
Giving water to young babies puts th
 
Giving water to young babies puts th
13%
Water may not be clean and cause the
 
Water may not be clean and cause the
8%
Giving water may cause the baby to d
 
Giving water may cause the baby to d
52%
There is enough water in breastmilk
 
There is enough water in breastmilk
19%
Giving water to young babies puts th
 
Giving water to young babies puts th
17%
Water may not be clean and cause the
 
Water may not be clean and cause the
11%
Giving water may cause the baby to d
 
Giving water may cause the baby to d
MAR 1. 2016
What can we all do to support exclusive breastfeeding? a)Talking about it b) Encouraging breastfeeding mothers c) Not giving infant formula to mothers d) All e) E (a, b and c only)
46,430 responded out of 57,509 polled
Female
31%
Talking about it at work, in schools
 
Talking about it at work, in schools
28%
Encouraging and providing support to
 
Encouraging and providing support to
3%
Not giving or promoting infant formu
 
Not giving or promoting infant formu
24%
All
 
All
14%
E (a, b and c only)
 
E (a, b and c only)

Male
34%
Talking about it at work, in schools
 
Talking about it at work, in schools
26%
Encouraging and providing support to
 
Encouraging and providing support to
3%
Not giving or promoting infant formu
 
Not giving or promoting infant formu
22%
All
 
All
14%
E (a, b and c only)
 
E (a, b and c only)
0-14
0%
Talking about it at work, in schools
 
Talking about it at work, in schools
0%
Encouraging and providing support to
 
Encouraging and providing support to
0%
Not giving or promoting infant formu
 
Not giving or promoting infant formu
0%
All
 
All
0%
E (a, b and c only)
 
E (a, b and c only)

15-19
32%
Talking about it at work, in schools
 
Talking about it at work, in schools
35%
Encouraging and providing support to
 
Encouraging and providing support to
7%
Not giving or promoting infant formu
 
Not giving or promoting infant formu
17%
All
 
All
10%
E (a, b and c only)
 
E (a, b and c only)

20-24
30%
Talking about it at work, in schools
 
Talking about it at work, in schools
30%
Encouraging and providing support to
 
Encouraging and providing support to
4%
Not giving or promoting infant formu
 
Not giving or promoting infant formu
23%
All
 
All
13%
E (a, b and c only)
 
E (a, b and c only)

25-30
30%
Talking about it at work, in schools
 
Talking about it at work, in schools
26%
Encouraging and providing support to
 
Encouraging and providing support to
3%
Not giving or promoting infant formu
 
Not giving or promoting infant formu
26%
All
 
All
16%
E (a, b and c only)
 
E (a, b and c only)

31-34
35%
Talking about it at work, in schools
 
Talking about it at work, in schools
24%
Encouraging and providing support to
 
Encouraging and providing support to
2%
Not giving or promoting infant formu
 
Not giving or promoting infant formu
24%
All
 
All
15%
E (a, b and c only)
 
E (a, b and c only)

35+
34%
Talking about it at work, in schools
 
Talking about it at work, in schools
25%
Encouraging and providing support to
 
Encouraging and providing support to
3%
Not giving or promoting infant formu
 
Not giving or promoting infant formu
24%
All
 
All
15%
E (a, b and c only)
 
E (a, b and c only)
32%
Talking about it at work, in schools
 
Talking about it at work, in schools
27%
Encouraging and providing support to
 
Encouraging and providing support to
3%
Not giving or promoting infant formu
 
Not giving or promoting infant formu
23%
All
 
All
14%
E (a, b and c only)
 
E (a, b and c only)

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