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Survey to determine good and bad temperaments of a Mongolian person

How do the good and bad temperaments of Mongolians influence to the development of Mongolia?

“Temperament “ is a congenital habit of a human or a regular moral. There is a high demand of a significant project to correct our bad temperaments for the development of our country and the people are ready to participate themselves as well encourage others.

This time our company successfully conducted a survey “To determine good and bad temperaments of a Mongolian person “by subscription of the “Urban development “NGO. Survey data was collected by CATI interview method. This survey involved 21 provinces of Mongolia and 9 districts of Ulaanbaatar city.

Survey results show that Helpful is the best temperament of Mongolians. On contrary, Egoistic is the worst temperament of Mongolians. Survey respondents evaluated others as egoistic, envious, jealous, however, they did not consider themselves as such. 2 per 10 respondents considered that such good temperaments of Mongolians as helpful, kind and hospitable do not have any impact to the development of Mongolia, however 93% of the respondents considered that such bad characters as egoistic and laziness are significant obstacles in the development of our country.


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Bayanzurkh district, 14th Khoroo, Zuun Khuree residential area, Building 203, 4th floor
Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar

DATA COLLECTION AND PROCESSING DEPARTMENT
Bayanzurkh District, 3rd khoroo, Ikh Toiruu, Building 57 adjacent to Zokhiomj Institute, 2nd floor
Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar

CATI Center
Bayanzurkh district, 3rd Khoroo, Building 43 near school #33, 1st floor
Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar

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Research and Planning Department
Office: 976-77000188
Head of Department: E.Badamlinhua
Mobile: 976-99072159
Email: linhua@mmcg.mn

DATA COLLECTION AND PROCESSING DEPARTMENT
Office: 976-77000888
Head of Department: S.Dolgorsuren
Mobile: 976-99078655
Email: dolgorsuren@mmcg.mn

CATI Center
Research Manager: G.Otgondelger
Mobile: 976-88900228
Email: otgondelger.g@mmcg.mn


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