According to Pew Research Centre, the survey in Pakistan is part of the larger Spring 2012 Pew Global Attitudes survey conducted in 21 countries under the direction of Princeton Survey Research Associates International.
What does PSRA stand for?
PSRA stands for Princeton Survey Research Associates
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- Palm Springs Rental Agency (Palm Springs, CA)
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- Penilaian Sekolah Rendah Agama (Malaysian: Assessment of Religious Primary School)
- Philadelphia Scholastic Rowing Association
- Philadelphia Squash Racquets Association (Philadelphia, PA)
- Preparatory Schools Rifle Association (UK)
- Presunrise Service Authorization
- Priority Setting and Resource Allocation
- Professional Soccer Referees Association (Chesterfield, VA)
- Psychosocial Risk Assesment
- Propulsion System Reliability Assessment Board (Exporting Airworthiness Authority)
- Public Sector Reform Advisory Group (Australia)
- Princeton Survey Research Associates International
- Pseudo-Static Random Access Memory
- Physicians and Scientists for Responsible Application of Science and Technology
- Physical Security Review Board
- Product Safety Review Board
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Fourteen percent of 13- to 16-year-olds are sexually active, according to a recent survey by Princeton Survey Research Associates, with that number rising to 41 percent for 15- and 16-year-olds.
In a survey of the role of the Internet on education, innovation, and global living standards carried out by Princeton Survey Research Associates (PSRA) (2001), 74% of the subjects studied believe that educating students via a virtual classroom will provide more students with greater opportunities to learn, 87% say that the Internet will have a positive effect on improving education, 69% say that the Internet will play a sizeable role in improving educational systems so that children and adults can get the best education regardless of their economic background or geographic location, and 93% say that the Internet will be valuable in providing students with greater access to libraries, information, and teachers around the world.
Princeton Survey Research Associates designed and conducted the survey, which covered the time period 1999-2003.
On June 24, 2003, the Center for the Advancement of Women (formerly the Center for Gender Equality), an organization headed by former Planned Parenthood president Faye Wattleton, released a study by Princeton Survey Research Associates about the attitudes of women.
In an interview with 71 Nobel Laureates carried out by Princeton Survey Research Associates in 2001, 87% said the Internet would have a positive effect on improving, education; 93% believed it would improve worldwide access to libraries, information, and teachers; 72% believed it would play a sizable role in improving quality of life; and 85% said the Internet had had a positive impact on their work and lives.