YOUTH POLICY
Poll for New Vision New Results Conference (English)
4 questions polled on this topic
46% response rate
1099 responded out of 2373 polled
Oct 13. 2016
In your opinion, what is the biggest challenge faced by children in Myanmar? (Poverty/Protection from violence and abuse/Accessing education/Poor health)
Oct 13. 2016
Who has the primary responsibility for solving those challenges? (Parliament/UN/Donors/NGOs&civil society/Government/Families&parents)
Oct 13. 2016
In your opinion, does the government of Myanmar do enough to improve the lives of children?
Oct 13. 2016
What area should government prioritize to invest more in children?

မိမိသေဘာအေလ်ာက္ ျပန္လည္ေျဖၾကားမႈရလဒ္မ်ား

OCT 13. 2016
In your opinion, what is the biggest challenge faced by children in Myanmar? (Poverty/Protection from violence and abuse/Accessing education/Poor health)
1099 responded out of 2373 polled
အမ်ိဳးသမီး
45%
Poverty
 
Poverty
22%
Protection from violence and abuse
 
Protection from violence and abuse
27%
Accessing education
 
Accessing education
6%
Poor health
 
Poor health

အမ်ိဳးသား
51%
Poverty
 
Poverty
9%
Protection from violence and abuse
 
Protection from violence and abuse
32%
Accessing education
 
Accessing education
8%
Poor health
 
Poor health
0-14
0%
protection from violence and abuse
 
protection from violence and abuse
0%
accessing education
 
accessing education
0%
poverty
 
poverty
0%
poor health
 
poor health

15-19
15%
protection from violence and abuse
 
protection from violence and abuse
31%
accessing education
 
accessing education
47%
poverty
 
poverty
6%
poor health
 
poor health

20-24
13%
protection from violence and abuse
 
protection from violence and abuse
33%
accessing education
 
accessing education
47%
poverty
 
poverty
6%
poor health
 
poor health

25-30
16%
protection from violence and abuse
 
protection from violence and abuse
27%
accessing education
 
accessing education
52%
poverty
 
poverty
5%
poor health
 
poor health

31-34
17%
protection from violence and abuse
 
protection from violence and abuse
27%
accessing education
 
accessing education
50%
poverty
 
poverty
6%
poor health
 
poor health

35+
21%
protection from violence and abuse
 
protection from violence and abuse
26%
accessing education
 
accessing education
40%
poverty
 
poverty
13%
poor health
 
poor health
48%
Poverty
 
Poverty
15%
Protection from violence and abuse
 
Protection from violence and abuse
30%
Accessing education
 
Accessing education
7%
Poor health
 
Poor health
OCT 13. 2016
Who has the primary responsibility for solving those challenges? (Parliament/UN/Donors/NGOs&civil society/Government/Families&parents)
1063 responded out of 1100 polled
အမ်ိဳးသမီး
9%
Parliament
 
Parliament
2%
UN
 
UN
2%
Donors
 
Donors
3%
NGOs/Civil society
 
NGOs/Civil society
58%
Government
 
Government
27%
Families/parents
 
Families/parents

အမ်ိဳးသား
9%
Parliament
 
Parliament
1%
UN
 
UN
1%
Donors
 
Donors
3%
NGOs/Civil society
 
NGOs/Civil society
57%
Government
 
Government
28%
Families/parents
 
Families/parents
0-14
0%
donors
 
donors
0%
families/parents
 
families/parents
0%
parliament
 
parliament
0%
government
 
government
0%
un
 
un
0%
ngos/civil society
 
ngos/civil society

15-19
1%
donors
 
donors
25%
families/parents
 
families/parents
7%
parliament
 
parliament
61%
government
 
government
3%
un
 
un
3%
ngos/civil society
 
ngos/civil society

20-24
2%
donors
 
donors
28%
families/parents
 
families/parents
8%
parliament
 
parliament
58%
government
 
government
1%
un
 
un
3%
ngos/civil society
 
ngos/civil society

25-30
3%
donors
 
donors
26%
families/parents
 
families/parents
11%
parliament
 
parliament
57%
government
 
government
2%
un
 
un
2%
ngos/civil society
 
ngos/civil society

31-34
0%
donors
 
donors
29%
families/parents
 
families/parents
8%
parliament
 
parliament
60%
government
 
government
2%
un
 
un
2%
ngos/civil society
 
ngos/civil society

35+
0%
donors
 
donors
36%
families/parents
 
families/parents
9%
parliament
 
parliament
55%
government
 
government
0%
un
 
un
0%
ngos/civil society
 
ngos/civil society
9%
Parliament
 
Parliament
2%
UN
 
UN
2%
Donors
 
Donors
3%
NGOs/Civil society
 
NGOs/Civil society
57%
Government
 
Government
27%
Families/parents
 
Families/parents
OCT 13. 2016
In your opinion, does the government of Myanmar do enough to improve the lives of children?
1049 responded out of 1063 polled
အမ်ိဳးသမီး
95%
No
 
No
5%
Yes
 
Yes

အမ်ိဳးသား
93%
No
 
No
7%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
0%
yes
 
yes
0%
no
 
no

15-19
9%
yes
 
yes
91%
no
 
no

20-24
7%
yes
 
yes
93%
no
 
no

25-30
3%
yes
 
yes
97%
no
 
no

31-34
3%
yes
 
yes
97%
no
 
no

35+
2%
yes
 
yes
98%
no
 
no
94%
No
 
No
6%
Yes
 
Yes
OCT 13. 2016
What area should government prioritize to invest more in children?
905 responded out of 1049 polled
education
health
child
children
budget
know
don
social
economic
every
free
protection
basic
care
equal
food
issues
job
middle
personal
practical
report
right
rights
rural
school
security
system
tcrc
training
10
abcd
abuse
access
aceess
activities
affordable
areas
awareness
ayay
based
bb
better
build
can
career
cases
changes
chid
childhood

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