Karachi, June 25 (ANI): A survey carried out by university students from various institutes in Pakistan to gauge the personality preference of Pakistanis, has revealed that a majority of the respondents preferred to function with 'reasoning' than with 'passion'.
According to the Daily Times, the survey was aimed at finding out whether Pakistanis prefer to take decisions based on passion or reasoning.
A total of over 3,700 respondents participated in the survey, which was conducted over the Internet and via SMS.
Around 68 percent of the male respondents believed that Pakistan needs more 'reasoning' to be a positive society, while 32 percent believed that the nation lacked 'passion'. 85 percent of the female respondents favoured reason, while a meager 15 percent were in favour of passion.
40 percent of the respondents believed 'intelligence' to be the single most important attribute for success, while 39 percent believed it to be 'luck'.ver 46 percent of respondents, aged between 31-45, were optimistic about the future of Pakistan. (ANI)