Six out of ten Pakistanis support eye donation, according to recent daily polls conducted by Pakistan Gallup.
Almost 700 people took part in the survey, and more than 65 percent of respondents thought eye donation was admirable. While 11 percent of the participants choose not to express an opinion, 24% of the participants were against it.
In a similar vein, it was discovered that more than half of the participants were aware of how eye donation works. The other half, though, was unaware of it.
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It is crucial to remember that the polls were carried out by the Gilani Research Foundation in conjunction with Gallup & Gilani Pakistan, the Gallup International affiliate in Pakistan.
A sample of 764 men and women from urban and rural regions in all four provinces of the nation participated in the poll. At a 95% confidence level, the survey’s error margin was assessed to be between 2 and 3 percent. The methodology of telephone surveys (CATI) was used to get the data.
It should be noted that there were far too few participants for this to be a representative sample of Pakistan. Consider the survey’s findings with a grain of salt.