POPS (6) – Perceptions of Singles on Marriage and Having Children

August 2012

POPS, or Perception of Policies in Singapore Survey, is a series of short surveys on issues of public interest conducted by the Institute of Policy Studies. The series seeks to provide timely snap-shots of how stakeholders are affected, would be affected by, or perceive the impact of the policy area being investigated.

'POPS (6): Perceptions of Singles on Marriage and Having Children' was commissioned by the Institute of Policy Studies to understand the attitudes and perceptions of single Singaporean residents towards marriage, family and parenthood, including their perspectives on pre-marital co-habitation and having children out-of-wedlock. A total of 2,000 Singapore citizens and permanent residents who have never married, aged 21–39 years, were interviewed.


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