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From my research I have noticed that the average of female feel that this problem is more a problem towards hungry Stray dogs than a problem towards littering than the average of what men feel, but from the slight difference can we notice that both female and male feel that this is a problem for both pollution towards the earth as well as hungry Stray dogs on the street.
In my database analysis of the questionnaire results I found that females have an average of 4 and male an average of 3, from a scale from 1-5, 1 being mostly towards littering and 5 being mostly towards hungry stay dogs.
From my research I have noticed that that more people are willing to donate more than R500 which illustrates the importance of this cause and guarantees success
From my research I have noticed that most people do home a pet
From my research I have noticed that most people are willing to let their dogs inside their house and treat them as family as those who only allow their pets on occasions as well as only in certain rooms and even never.
From my research I have noticed that the majority of people have a dog as a pet and 67% don't have a cat.
It seems as though people do understand the term Crowdfunding and would like to contribute towards the cause and from this information I can move forward with my campaign. From the results of my research I found that most people who do have pets do allow them inside their homes, is willing to donate to the cause and would help the stray dogs that are scavenging through their rubbish by giving them something to eat rather than chasing them away, what I did find strange was that one who is familiar with the term crowdfunding and feels it will help towards the cause was not willing to donate even though they have a pet and treats them as family.