Every research work would not be complete without carrying out a survey. These surveys would allow us to know what people outside our team thinks. We targeted the schooling population of 34 people, and here are the results:
OUR SURVEY RESULTS
1. What do you think is the most prominent moral issue in Singapore today?
From our chart, we can see that most Singaporeans are concerned about the issues of water conservation in Singapore. This might be because Singaporeans are now more aware of the importance of water conservation due to the fact that more Singaporeans now know that Singapore would have difficulty coping with the water supply should Malaysia stop supplying us with water. We can also see that most Singaporean students do not see Jaywalking as a prominent moral issue and therefore, we feel that there is an important need to create more awareness about Jaywalking among the students in Singapore.
2. Has the government taken sufficient measures to cope with these issues?
Based on the results collected, it is obvious that most Singaporeans are satisfied with the government in coping with these issues.
3. How far do you agree that better moral education plays an important part in coping with these moral issues?
Based on the results, it is apparent that most Singaporeans feel that better moral education is the way to go in coping with these moral issues. Therefore, we feel that the government should place more focus on moral education in order to cope with these issues.
4. How far do you agree that superheroes comics do teach moral values?
From our results, we can see that Singaporeans students are rather divided when it come to the moral value of superhero comics. Some even believe that superhero comics are a bad influence to them. However, others are able to see the moral values embedded in superhero comics and thus feel that they do teach moral values.