An online Ipsos and SSI study conducted among 1,050 Singaporeans to understand what Values and Ideals Singaporeans believe is important to Singapore as a country, found that over half of Singaporeans choose Honest & Transparent Government (72%), Safety (67%), Be Just & Fair to All (59%) and Being Progressive (52%) as the key values. This is the second part of a larger study that attempts to understand what truly defines – and what it truly means – to be Singaporean.
When it comes to Safety, significantly more Singaporean women (73%) than men (61%) believe it to be an important value for Singapore to have. While 22% of Singaporeans listed Freedom of Speech as important, amongst those significantly younger Singaporeans aged 18-29yo (30%) listed it as important. Freedom of Religion was significantly more important to older Singaporeans aged 60-69 years old (35%). Interestingly, older Singaporeans (38%) aged 50-59 years old believed that Singapore needs to Be More Socially & Environmentally Conscious.
Although Singaporeans rated Safety (80%), Standard of Education (69%) and the Economy (68%) in Singapore as Good/Excellent, many felt there were still areas of improvement especially when it came to Caring for the less fortunate (25% stated needs improvement), Ease of starting new Business (23% stated needs improvement) and Freedom of Speech (35% stated needs improvement). Almost 50% of Singaporeans believe that Cost of Living is an area which requires improvement.
- Despite many services being rated as good/excellent, 42% of Singaporeans will still choose to migrate if given the chance.
- Although 74% of Singaporeans rated the Standard of Education here as good/excellent, 56% would still encourage their children to study outside of Singapore.
- When looking to the Future of Singapore, almost half (45%) are optimistic and half (45%) are concerned about its future.
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