27-06-2017 by redazione
Kenya, where wealth does not count and people trust only family members.
From a survey conducted by Twaweza and published by "The Voice of the People" in the Sunday edition of The Standard, it appears that 73% of the less-abundant, interviewed population is defined as happy and contented, a few percentage points more than the wealthy , Who showed some extra hesitancy to assert it.
One fifth of them admitted to being unhappy and a quarter believed instead not to be particularly serene or dissatisfied.
The survey revealed other surprising data, but to a certain extent, given the Kenyan people's habits and certain inclinations deriving from cultural and social traditions: for example, 11.7% of women are justified for a husband Beat his wife (even 20% of men agree) and nine out of ten people would not be comfortable with a couple of homosexuals as neighbors.
The survey, anonymously, has revealed the Kenyan relationship with confidence:
Five citizens on six (86 percent) say they have total trust in their family, more than in any other group of people. About one in three people have complete confidence in their neighbors (36 percent) and friends (32 percent), but one in five trusts their colleagues (22 percent).
That Kenya still suffers from tribalism syndrome is confirmed by the fact that only two out of ten citizens trust a person belonging to a different ethnic group, while seven out of ten do not have too many expectations in a different religion.
More significant, only a ken on wind (6.3%) believes that abortion can be justified.
Survey data was collected by 1,701 people interviewed between 30 December 2016 and 27 January this year.
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