A Pakistani user created a poll on Twitter that asked netizens to pick between two locations: Jannat (heaven) or Europe. The results of the poll were kept confidential. Over 600 people participated in the survey, and the results showed that Europe was selected by 66% of respondents, while Jannat was selected by 34%.
In a private twitter poll, a tweep asked netizens: "where do you want to go?, Jannat or Europe". In response to a poll, 66% Pakistanis chose Europe, while 34% voted for Jannat.
P.S: It was a private poll by a Twitter user, which had a small sample size of only 600+ votes. pic.twitter.com/Wu2mXXP294
— Jaanlo (@Jaanlotv) May 1, 2023
Despite the fact that the survey was carried out by a single private individual and had a relatively limited number of respondents, the findings are still noteworthy to take into consideration. It is a testament to the fact that Pakistanis, who are known for their enthusiasm for travelling to new locations and experiencing new ways of life, choose Europe as one of their most popular travel destinations.
On the other hand, the fact that one-third of the participants selected Jannat rather than Europe is an important finding as well. It is a reflection of the profound religious and spiritual convictions held by many Pakistanis, many of whom consider Jannat to be the last destination.
It is important to note that a professional polling organisation was not responsible for conducting this survey, therefore it is possible that the findings may not accurately reflect the opinions of the general community. On the other hand, it does provide some light on the preferred modes of transport and the religious views of a subset of Pakistani society.