Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Survey of Young People

2,140 young people responded to the survey.

Which is more important to you?
* Get a better return on your savings 86%
* Make regular savings from salary 52%
* Adequate insurance cover 42%
* Get preferential terms for a loan in the future 19%

NTUC Income is planning to offer special terms for a loan "preferred policyholder". Which do you prefer?
* Lower interest rate 92%
* Hassle free application 50%
* Longer repayment period 29%
* Higher loan amount 27%
* Pre-approval of loan 15%

Which type of loan is likely to be attractive to you?
* To buy a home 66%
* For education 43%
* To buy a car or motor cycle 41%
* Loan for marriage 20%
* Other purpose 26%

To be a "preferred policyholder", you will need to be insured for at least 2 years and have total regular saving of more than $5,000. Do you find these conditions acceptable?
* I am interested to qualify in 2 years time 41%
* I already meet them 35%
* I am not interested at all 24%

3 comments:

FamilyLove said...

Dear Mr Tan
Your survey on young people in Singapore is interesting.

Have you considered the needs of young people (as in below 35) who are divorced because of a straying husband? Is there anything we can do about it?

What are your views on the high rate of infidelity in Singapore? If you know of someone who has neglected his family and is guilty of infidelity - what would you do? How do you promote stronger families, loving families within your staff in NTUC Income, your policyholders, and the Singapore society at large.

I am sure you agree with me that dysfunctional families where a parent has gone missing because of infidelity causes negative effect on the family, and ultimately on the society at large.

Can we do something about this?

Tan Kin Lian said...

Dear Familylove,

I am sorry that I will not be able to find an answer for the question that you have posed.

I am not knowledgeable in how to solve the infidelity problem in Singapore.

I hope that you can find the answer, one day. Maybe, you should ask your friend or religious leader?

sharon tay said...

Hi familylove,

I agree with Mr. Tan.

The subject of dysfunctional families and straying spouses, etc is an age-old social problem.
No one has THE solution to a blissful relationship/marriage/family.

It is usually up to the individuals to make the relationship work, and mitigate the negative, rippling effect on society.

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