Alif Ailaan Education Survey 2013

This survey, carried out in the run-up to the 2013 general elections, aims to assess what Pakistanis think about the state of education in the country. Its purpose is to gauge their political engagement with the subject, their knowledge of the issues, and their personal attitudes towards education.

The results are grouped thematically, starting with broad questions about voting pattens and the upcoming elections. The survey then turns to specific questions about the current state of education, including the Constitutional right to a free education and the government's role in providing access to quality education. it concludes with an assessment of behaviour and perceptions.

Conducted just weeks before the general elections, our finding show what voters will be thinking about as they head to polling stations.

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