Kyrgyz Republic, UN Kyrgyz Republic
Key Finding
3
WHILE HEALTH IS THE MOST PRESSING ISSUE NOW, RESPONDENTS ARE HOPEFUL ABOUT THIS AREA IMPROVING IN THE FUTURE RESPONDENTS ALSO BELIEVE ACCESS TO EDUCATION AND WOMEN’S RIGHTS WILL IMPROVE
WHILST HEALTH APPEARS TO BE A PRIORITY NOW, IT IS ACTUALLY ONE OF THE AREAS THAT MANY EXPECT WILL IMPROVE OVER THE NEXT 25 YEARS
72%
Access to healthcare will be the same or get BETTER
% who think things will be better/ the same/ worse in 2045
  1. 52%
    24%
    17%
    Access to Education
  2. 50%
    29%
    13%
    Women’s rights
  3. 47%
    25%
    21%
    Access to healthcare
  4. 39%
    29%
    23%
    Freedom of expression
  5. 36%
    23%
    28%
    The global economy
  6. 33%
    25%
    33%
    Employment opportunities
  7. 25%
    33%
    31%
    Income inequality
  8. 24%
    25%
    41%
    Poverty
  9. 22%
    30%
    49%
    Condition of the natural environment
  10. 22%
    18%
    34%
    Violence in the community
  11. 21%
    30%
    33%
    Force migration of people or …
  12. 18%
    27%
    49%
    Governement corruption
Better
The same
Worse
Edelman Survey Q4. At the global level, how do you think each of the following things will be in 2045 compared to how they are today? Base: All respondents (35,777). Percentage of respondents answering “don’t know” not included.
Cameroon, UN Cameroon
Key Finding #4
Looking to the future: the overwhelming concern is the climate crisis and our natural environment.