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. The Perception of Policies in Singapore (POPS) Survey 6 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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