Electricity is the most common fuel used for lighting in Pakistan whereas gas is the least common:
Gallup Big Data Analytics on PSLM data
ISLAMABAD ( Web News )
This press release is part of a special Gallup Pakistan Data Analytics series that aims to foster an empirical
understanding of the housing scenario of Pakistan based on data generated by the PSLM survey. This Gallup Big Data Analytics Report is based on a series of long-term surveys which measure ‘Living Standards in Pakistan’. The current data was collected from 33.34 million scientifically selected households spread out in the rural and urban areas of over 100 districts across Pakistan’s 4 provinces and other territorial units. The error margin is less than 2 percent at 95% confidence level.
PSLM (Pakistan Social and Living Standards Measurement) is a yearly survey conducted by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics to gather data from provincial and district levels to assist the government of Pakistan. It focuses on multiple social and economic factors. Gallup Pakistan Data Analytics team has worked extensively on this data and this series of press releases are our attempt to publicize the great efforts done by hundreds of office bearers of the Bureau of Statistics who have traveled far and wide to collect this data
Gallup Pakistan Data Analytics Series: PSLM 2018-2019
Electricity is the most common fuel used for lighting in Pakistan
Analysis of PSLM 2018-19 reveals that Electricity (91%) is the most common fuel used for lighting
followed by Solar Energy (4%), Others (3%), Kerosene oil/Petrol/Diesel (1%) and Candles (1%).
Source: Gallup Pakistan Report based on Data Analytics on PSLM 2018-19 & PSLM 1998-99 data by Government of Pakistan