Amount of Loan Needed to Borrow

"How much do you think you would need to borrow?" filtered by "Of these different methods you mentioned, in which have you put most of your savings during the past 12 months?"

Of these different methods you mentioned, in which have you put most of your savings during the past 12 months?
%/TotalOther forms of savings I made during past 12 monthsI have no savings at the present momentI have not been able to put money or goods aside during the past 12 monthsOther forms of savings I have nowMoney entrusted to family/friends/business partners:I help friends/neighbours with money and expect to get help from them in case of emergency - vartanbhanji, wangharMoney entrusted to family/friends/business partners: money entrusted to business partners, local shopkeepers, jeweller, craftsmen ...Money entrusted to family/friends/business partners: money entrusted to friends/relatives to use in their business and which they will give back to me in case of needI can resell in case I need the money: animals belonging to the landlord (kammis system) which i will be able to sell in case of needI can resell in case I need the money: land/propertyI can resell in case I need the money: stocks of agricultural inputs (e.g. fertilizer, seeds)I can resell in case I need the money: stocks of agricultural products (e.g. wheat, rice, cotton, lentils)I can resell in case I need the money: animals that I can sell in case of emergency (livestock)I can resell in case I need the money: foodstuff (such as "one spoon of sugar saved per day")I can resell in case I need the money: silver/gold/jewelsMoney put aside at home / at the home of relatives / friendsI contribute to a CommitteePrize BondsMoney in an Education Plan for children offered by an insurance companyMoney in an endowment/Investment saving plan offered by an insurance companyMoney in a Life InsuranceMoney in bonds/shares traded in the stock marketMoney in a Provident FundMoney on a Pensioners' Benefit Account / a pension fund in annuityMoney in a Government's pension scheme / Old Age Benefit Insurance (EOBI)Money in a Mudaraba certificateMoney in Government savings certificates (Defence savings, Special Savings Certificates, Regular Income Savings, Behbood Savings, NIT, Behbyd, etc. )Money on a National Savings AccountMoney on a Mobile wallet (EasyPaisa, Telenor, U-Fone, etc.)Pakistan Postal Savings BankMicrofinance bankIslamic bankBanks
I do not know46.62%0%0%0%0%7.65%0%4.15%0%0%0%0%0.10%0%0.50%0.61%2.41%0%0%0%0%0%0%0%0%0%0%56.03%41.10%0%0%0%0.22%

Source: Horus - Gallup Pakistan - Access to Finance Survey 2015