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Date: 2018-08-14 - 0000-00-00

The Economist Intelligence Unit ranks Dhaka the second least liveable city in the world in its annual global survey. Do you think the report is reliable?

Yes 52.6%
No 36.8%
No Comment 10.5%



Date: 2018-08-13 - 0000-00-00

The quota review committee has proposed abolition of almost all the quotas in public services and will seek court’s opinion over FF quota. Do you support this decision?

Yes 69.6%
No 21.7%
No Comment 8.7%



Date: 2018-08-12 - 0000-00-00

The government has claimed the country has sufficient locally-reared cattle to meet the demand for sacrificial animals for the Eid-ul-Azha this year. Do you think this claim is factual?

Yes 53.8%
No 38.5%
No Comment 7.7%



Date: 2018-08-11 - 0000-00-00

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan has said most vehicles plying the streets in the capital are unfit and their drivers have no licence. Is it possible to curb road accidents under such a situation?

Yes 47.4%
No 42.1%
No Comment 10.5%



Date: 2018-08-10 - 0000-00-00

BNP has claimed that all stakeholders but transport owners have rejected the new road transport law as it won’t help fulfill the students’ demand for road safety. Do you support this claim?

Yes 35.7%
No 57.1%
No Comment 7.1%



Date: 2018-08-09 - 0000-00-00

The government has urged apparels factory owners to pay Eid festival allowance of workers by August 16 and partial salary of the current month by August 19. Do you think all owners will pay heed to this call?

Yes 38.5%
No 53.8%
No Comment 7.7%



Date: 2018-08-08 - 0000-00-00

The liberation war affairs minister has said the government is pledge-bound to bring Bangabandhu killing conspirators under trial. Do you think the government can fulfil this pledge?

Yes 41.2%
No 47.1%
No Comment 11.8%



Date: 2018-08-07 - 0000-00-00

Senior BNP leader Ruhul Kabir Rizvi has raised doubts whether the proposed draft road transport law will be passed in Parliament. Do you think his doubt is rational?

Yes 39.3%
No 42.9%
No Comment 17.9%



Date: 2018-08-06 - 0000-00-00

The cabinet has approved the Road Transport Act-2018, keeping a provision of five years’ jail and Tk 5 lakh fine as highest punishment. Do you think the law meets the students’ demand?

Yes 30.4%
No 52.2%
No Comment 17.4%



Date: 2018-08-05 - 0000-00-00

The home minister has warned that action will be taken against the student protesters if the situation goes beyond tolerable level. Do you think police action can end the ongoing unrest?

Yes 37.5%
No 45.8%
No Comment 16.7%


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