GENERAL
U-Reporters and SDGs just before High Level Political Forum 2017
4 questions polled on this topic
9% response rate
2,945 responded out of 31,696 polled
Jul 6. 2017
How did you learn of SDGs?
Jul 6. 2017
Have you seen evidence of your government taking action to reduce unfair treatment of women and girls in your community?
Jul 6. 2017
What are you doing in your school, community, youth group etc. to support sustainable development for example on issues like environment, ending poverty or inequality.
Jul 6. 2017
Do you feel like your government does enough to encourage or support young people to share their views on how to improve their communities?

POLL RESULTS

JUL 6. 2017
How did you learn of SDGs?
2,945 responded out of 31,696 polled
Female
15%
School
 
School
3%
PSA
 
PSA
11%
Social media
 
Social media
20%
Charity/Youth group
 
Charity/Youth group
52%
Have not heard of
 
Have not heard of

Male
16%
School
 
School
8%
PSA
 
PSA
18%
Social media
 
Social media
8%
Charity/Youth group
 
Charity/Youth group
49%
Have not heard of
 
Have not heard of
0-14
28%
School
 
School
7%
PSA
 
PSA
13%
Social media
 
Social media
4%
Charity/Youth group
 
Charity/Youth group
48%
Have not heard of
 
Have not heard of

15-19
18%
School
 
School
2%
PSA
 
PSA
10%
Social media
 
Social media
10%
Charity/Youth group
 
Charity/Youth group
60%
Have not heard of
 
Have not heard of

20-24
17%
School
 
School
5%
PSA
 
PSA
13%
Social media
 
Social media
13%
Charity/Youth group
 
Charity/Youth group
51%
Have not heard of
 
Have not heard of

25-30
14%
School
 
School
8%
PSA
 
PSA
18%
Social media
 
Social media
20%
Charity/Youth group
 
Charity/Youth group
41%
Have not heard of
 
Have not heard of

31-34
7%
School
 
School
9%
PSA
 
PSA
26%
Social media
 
Social media
24%
Charity/Youth group
 
Charity/Youth group
34%
Have not heard of
 
Have not heard of

35+
5%
School
 
School
7%
PSA
 
PSA
20%
Social media
 
Social media
18%
Charity/Youth group
 
Charity/Youth group
50%
Have not heard of
 
Have not heard of
16%
School
 
School
5%
PSA
 
PSA
16%
Social media
 
Social media
13%
Charity/Youth group
 
Charity/Youth group
49%
Have not heard of
 
Have not heard of
JUL 6. 2017
Have you seen evidence of your government taking action to reduce unfair treatment of women and girls in your community?
2,659 responded out of 3,164 polled
Female
48%
Yes
 
Yes
38%
No
 
No
13%
Don't think so
 
Don't think so

Male
54%
Yes
 
Yes
32%
No
 
No
13%
Don't think so
 
Don't think so
0-14
46%
Yes
 
Yes
37%
No
 
No
17%
Don't think so
 
Don't think so

15-19
47%
Yes
 
Yes
39%
No
 
No
14%
Don't think so
 
Don't think so

20-24
55%
Yes
 
Yes
31%
No
 
No
13%
Don't think so
 
Don't think so

25-30
49%
Yes
 
Yes
38%
No
 
No
13%
Don't think so
 
Don't think so

31-34
54%
Yes
 
Yes
36%
No
 
No
10%
Don't think so
 
Don't think so

35+
52%
Yes
 
Yes
39%
No
 
No
8%
Don't think so
 
Don't think so
50%
Yes
 
Yes
36%
No
 
No
14%
Don't think so
 
Don't think so
JUL 6. 2017
What are you doing in your school, community, youth group etc. to support sustainable development for example on issues like environment, ending poverty or inequality.
1,838 responded out of 2,659 polled
none
de
la
en
que
el
awareness
nothing
environment
people
poverty
des
para
los
inequality
youth
community
nada
school
las
women
ambiente
medio
les
et
education
social
girls
can
help
un
con
work
mi
group
ending
make
se
girl
also
campaign
je
por
sobre
etc
working
gender
como
del
issues
JUL 6. 2017
Do you feel like your government does enough to encourage or support young people to share their views on how to improve their communities?
2,096 responded out of 2,642 polled
Female
19%
Yes, I am heard
 
Yes, I am heard
70%
No, government should do more
 
No, government should do more
11%
Don't know
 
Don't know

Male
24%
Yes, I am heard
 
Yes, I am heard
65%
No, government should do more
 
No, government should do more
11%
Don't know
 
Don't know
0-14
32%
Yes, I am heard
 
Yes, I am heard
45%
No, government should do more
 
No, government should do more
23%
Don't know
 
Don't know

15-19
22%
Yes, I am heard
 
Yes, I am heard
62%
No, government should do more
 
No, government should do more
16%
Don't know
 
Don't know

20-24
20%
Yes, I am heard
 
Yes, I am heard
72%
No, government should do more
 
No, government should do more
8%
Don't know
 
Don't know

25-30
19%
Yes, I am heard
 
Yes, I am heard
71%
No, government should do more
 
No, government should do more
10%
Don't know
 
Don't know

31-34
18%
Yes, I am heard
 
Yes, I am heard
72%
No, government should do more
 
No, government should do more
10%
Don't know
 
Don't know

35+
21%
Yes, I am heard
 
Yes, I am heard
66%
No, government should do more
 
No, government should do more
12%
Don't know
 
Don't know
21%
Yes, I am heard
 
Yes, I am heard
68%
No, government should do more
 
No, government should do more
11%
Don't know
 
Don't know

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