EDUCATION
The International day of the girl child is celebrated annually in October. What do u think would be the benefits of Girls’ education in ur community?
2 questions polled on this topic
4% response rate
43,515 responded out of 1,131,352 polled
Oct 20. 2015
What do u think would be the benefits of Girls’ education in ur community? A) Increased salaries for women. B) Improved standard of living. C) Improved health of children. D) Delayed child marriage E) Women Empowerment
Oct 20. 2015
What do you think is the most important thing government can do to make young girls stay in school? A)Affordable fees B)Address girls health issues C) schools close to communities. D)Girl friendly schools E) Reduce violence in schools.

POLL RESULTS

OCT 20. 2015
What do u think would be the benefits of Girls’ education in ur community? A) Increased salaries for women. B) Improved standard of living. C) Improved health of children. D) Delayed child marriage E) Women Empowerment
43,515 responded out of 1,131,352 polled
Female
12%
salary
 
salary
28%
Standard of living
 
Standard of living
8%
Improved health
 
Improved health
7%
Delayed marriage
 
Delayed marriage
45%
empowerment
 
empowerment

Male
9%
salary
 
salary
34%
Standard of living
 
Standard of living
11%
Improved health
 
Improved health
8%
Delayed marriage
 
Delayed marriage
38%
empowerment
 
empowerment
0-14
19%
salary
 
salary
31%
Standard of living
 
Standard of living
16%
Improved health
 
Improved health
5%
Delayed marriage
 
Delayed marriage
29%
empowerment
 
empowerment

15-19
16%
salary
 
salary
33%
Standard of living
 
Standard of living
11%
Improved health
 
Improved health
8%
Delayed marriage
 
Delayed marriage
33%
empowerment
 
empowerment

20-24
10%
salary
 
salary
31%
Standard of living
 
Standard of living
10%
Improved health
 
Improved health
7%
Delayed marriage
 
Delayed marriage
42%
empowerment
 
empowerment

25-30
7%
salary
 
salary
31%
Standard of living
 
Standard of living
8%
Improved health
 
Improved health
7%
Delayed marriage
 
Delayed marriage
47%
empowerment
 
empowerment

31-34
8%
salary
 
salary
34%
Standard of living
 
Standard of living
9%
Improved health
 
Improved health
6%
Delayed marriage
 
Delayed marriage
43%
empowerment
 
empowerment

35+
9%
salary
 
salary
38%
Standard of living
 
Standard of living
8%
Improved health
 
Improved health
7%
Delayed marriage
 
Delayed marriage
38%
empowerment
 
empowerment
10%
salary
 
salary
32%
Standard of living
 
Standard of living
9%
Improved health
 
Improved health
7%
Delayed marriage
 
Delayed marriage
41%
empowerment
 
empowerment
OCT 20. 2015
What do you think is the most important thing government can do to make young girls stay in school? A)Affordable fees B)Address girls health issues C) schools close to communities. D)Girl friendly schools E) Reduce violence in schools.
28,305 responded out of 43,515 polled
Female
48%
Affordable fees
 
Affordable fees
12%
health issues
 
health issues
7%
schools close to communities
 
schools close to communities
17%
girl friendly schools
 
girl friendly schools
16%
violence in schools
 
violence in schools

Male
45%
Affordable fees
 
Affordable fees
12%
health issues
 
health issues
10%
schools close to communities
 
schools close to communities
20%
girl friendly schools
 
girl friendly schools
13%
violence in schools
 
violence in schools
0-14
33%
Affordable fees
 
Affordable fees
23%
health issues
 
health issues
10%
schools close to communities
 
schools close to communities
10%
girl friendly schools
 
girl friendly schools
25%
violence in schools
 
violence in schools

15-19
46%
Affordable fees
 
Affordable fees
16%
health issues
 
health issues
8%
schools close to communities
 
schools close to communities
14%
girl friendly schools
 
girl friendly schools
17%
violence in schools
 
violence in schools

20-24
45%
Affordable fees
 
Affordable fees
12%
health issues
 
health issues
8%
schools close to communities
 
schools close to communities
20%
girl friendly schools
 
girl friendly schools
15%
violence in schools
 
violence in schools

25-30
47%
Affordable fees
 
Affordable fees
12%
health issues
 
health issues
9%
schools close to communities
 
schools close to communities
20%
girl friendly schools
 
girl friendly schools
13%
violence in schools
 
violence in schools

31-34
48%
Affordable fees
 
Affordable fees
10%
health issues
 
health issues
10%
schools close to communities
 
schools close to communities
21%
girl friendly schools
 
girl friendly schools
11%
violence in schools
 
violence in schools

35+
48%
Affordable fees
 
Affordable fees
10%
health issues
 
health issues
10%
schools close to communities
 
schools close to communities
21%
girl friendly schools
 
girl friendly schools
11%
violence in schools
 
violence in schools
47%
Affordable fees
 
Affordable fees
12%
health issues
 
health issues
9%
schools close to communities
 
schools close to communities
19%
girl friendly schools
 
girl friendly schools
14%
violence in schools
 
violence in schools

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