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Study links living in Bahrain with not wanting to be living in Bahrain

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Study links living in Bahrain with not wanting to be living in Bahrain

New research finds close correlation between being in and wanting to leave Kingdom

BAHRAIN: A shocking new report commissioned by the Gulf Centre for Statistics has found a close correlation between living in the Kingdom of Bahrain and wanting to leave the Kingdom of Bahrain.

“We were all completely taken aback when the results came through,” said research manager Clifford O’Hara. “But our study was extremely thorough. Of over 10,000 people we interviewed who were living in Bahrain, we found that some 96 per cent, whether they said so or not, had absolutely no desire whatsoever to be living in Bahrain.”

O’Hara’s team were behind the groundbreaking 2012 study that linked being a 31-year-old real estate agent to being a bit of a dick.

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  1. Sakhit501

    June 8, 2014 at 2:23 pm

    …68% of the people surveyed thought moving to Dubai would automatically elevate them from Janabiya Janes to the coveted and more widely respected social class of the Jumeirah Janes. 24% however were wary of downgrading to the Jubail Janes and the remaining 4% just mumbled “Channing Tatum”.

  2. Marsha Lah

    June 9, 2014 at 2:19 pm

    87% of all statistics are made up on the spot. Like that. Actually, since PAE prides itself on factual accuracy, I googled it and found that it’s 73.6%. So that must be correct. Mi dispiace. Better google that for spelling. Oh. Can’t be bothered. Too hot.

  3. Anonymous

    June 11, 2014 at 12:58 pm

    Bahrain…….land of opportunity as said by 100% Iranians.

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