The COVID-19 situation in Singapore and Asia continues to dominate headlines. GE2020 also grabbed the attention of Singaporeans, followed by the agreement of cross-border travel between Singapore and Malaysia.
Government Satisfaction Index (GSI): July 2020
Post-election blues. July saw a dip of 3 points in the GSI driven by election issues such as Government accountability, jobs and population. CPF was also down significantly.
‘Unravel Travel’ global survey finds Asians most confident towards travelling in the “new normal”
As economies around the world gradually reopen, people living in Asia are the most confident towards travelling in the “new normal” compared to their Western counterparts, according to a recent...
The Psychic Effects of COVID19 Lockdown
While most news coverage has focused on dangers of COVID-19 to our health and safety, the emotional strain the crisis places on us is only now being acknowledged. In this issue of YKA,...
GE2020: First Time Voters
How different were first time voters in GE 2020? Voting for the first time, this group of young Singaporeans, also known as Gen Zs (21-24 years old), demonstrated some major...
GE2020: The Highlights
Now that GE 2020 is done and dusted, we look back and reflect on the top stories that defined this political event of the year. Without doubt, GE 2020 captured...
Singapore’s Top 5 News Stories of the Month: June 2020
The COVID-19 situation continues to dominate headlines in June in Singapore and other parts of the world. Singaporeans are also concerned as the nation heads for worst recession since independence.
Government Satisfaction Index (GSI): June 2020
Satisfaction with cost of living saw the greatest drop of 4 points in June, followed by salaries and wages which dropped 3 points. YOY, CPF is now up 10 points.
1 in 3 parents lack the tools to talk to their kids about sex ed, and prefer to focus on consent over abstinence: Aware and Blackbox Survey
29 June 2020 - Parents in Singapore overwhelmingly believe that sexual consent should be taught in sexuality education programmes, rather than a focus on abstinence. This was a key finding...