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Figure 1: Economic background of respondents  

¾ Most of the respondents came from elite school system except for the 28  from IU, Islamabad and 30 from IBA, Karachi. This set of respondents  were from lower‐middle class backgrounds and brought into elite  universities as part of the policy to provide a better environment and  opportunities to the les affluent segment of the population. This sample  was inserted to assess the impact of education on the mindset of youth  from less affluent backgrounds.   ¾ The responses comprise of 47% females and 53% males.   ¾ Majority were domiciled in Punjab 39.8% followed by Sindh 36.8%;  Khayber Pakhtonkhwa 4.4%; Islamabad 3.1%; Baluchistan 1.3%;  Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) 0.5%; Azad Jammu &  Kashmir (AJK) 0.3% & Gilgit‐Baltistan 0.2%. 13.5% did not respond.  Domicile, however, does not necessarily reflect the actual ethnicity   

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