1 in 10 Singaporeans believe they are going to hell after death: survey

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56% of Singaporeans believe in some form of life after death.

More than half of them believe in some form of life after death, while almost a fifth don’t believe so , and the remaining quarter are not sure.About 32 per cent of Singaporeans fear death, while 37 per cent have no fear and 31 per cent are neutral about it.

Older Singaporeans are less likely to fear death, with about half of them saying they do not fear it, compared with a quarter among millennials . The survey, which polled 1,106 Singaporeans, indicated that the respondents wish to live to 84 years old on average. When asked how they would feel if they were to die tomorrow, 40 per cent of them said they would die happy. Over a third said they would die unhappy while almost a quarter are undecided.Almost four in ten of young Singaporeans want to be immortal. In contrast, only two in 10 older Singaporeans want to live forever.

Jake Gammon, Head of Omnibus APAC at YouGov Omnibus, said, “One of life’s greatest mysteries is what happens after you die, and for most Singaporeans there is a life after death. What’s interesting is how one’s perceptions on life and death change over time.”Search for missing male Singaporean kayaker called off by Malaysian authorities

 

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