New Delhi, Jan 21 (IANS) According to the IANS C-Voter Tibet Poll, as many as 46 per cent of the respondents feel that on various world forums, enough has been done by the international human rights organisations to help the Tibetan cause, while 32.5 per cent feel otherwise, while 21 are undecided on the issue.
The survey included a sample size of 3,000 spread across the country.
In the urban areas of the country, 44 per cent people are satisfied by the works of the global rights bodies on the Tibetan cause, while in the rural areas the figures go up to 47.5 per cent.
As many as 51 per cent of Indians in the Eastern part of the country feel that enough has been done by the international human rights organisations to help the Tibetan cause, while 50 per cent people from Northeast also feel the same. However, just 25 per cent of people in the Union Territories feel the same while 50 per cent of them are undecided on the issue.
According to the survey, 45 per cent of people in the higher education group feel that not enough has been done by the global rights bodies while only 39 per cent are satisfied with their works.
As per the survey, nearly 47 per cent of the people in the age group of 35-44 years said ‘yes’ when asked ‘Has enough been done on various world forums by international human rights organisations to help the Tibetan cause?’
Nearly 45 per cent of those in the age group of 18-24 years responded positively to the question.