Poll: 73 Percent Want Permanent Ban on Facebook
A poll conducted by ProPakistani revealed that 73 percent of 8181 voters want permanent ban on Facebook in the country.
- Another 13.25 percent voters said that they support the ban but not after May 31th, 2010.
- 7 percent percent people thought that ban was unnecessary and they don’t support the ban at all.
- Another 7 percent voters opined that single URL ban was enough.
This poll was conducted in connection to current ban on Facebook after the social networking website decided to not to take down the blasphemous page.
It merits mentioning here that government of Pakistan has lifted ban from Youtube, which was blocked in the country along with Facebook and another 1000 websites during one of country’s largest cyber crackdown.
It is anticipated that ban on Facebook will be lifted on May 31st, 2010, unlike the will of the people, according to the said poll.
Question asked in the poll was..!
Do You Support Ban on Facebook?
Possible Options were:
- Yes, Ban it Forever
- Yes, I Support the ban, but till May 31st Only
- No – Single URL Ban was Enough
- No – I Don’t Accept Even single URL Ban
Following are graphical details:
- Future of Facebook in Pakistan after May 31st
- List of Blocked Websites in Pakistan [Blashphemy Crackdown]
- Pakistan Failed in Defending the Ban on Facebook
- Govt Opens Youtube, Facebook To Remain Down till May 31st [Updated]
- Poll: Do You Support Ban on Facebook?
- YouTube Gone
- Pakistan to Open YouTube Only if Blasphemous Videos Get Blocked