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Respondent

A person or organization required to answer a legal proceeding. For example, if a company is sued, the company is called the respondent because it must respond to the charges or risk a summary judgment. See also: Petitioner.
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* 74.1% of respondents said that they neither feel safe for themselves nor for their families and properties under the current circumstances.
Asked to choose between raising interest rates to keep inflation down and keeping interest rates down to allow prices to rise, 21.5 per cent of respondents was reported to have opted a rise in interest rates if only to keep prices low.
At the time of advertisement the respondent Muhammad Qasim was having two domicile certificates.
In terms of race, 70 percent of respondents were Caucasian, 13 percent were African-American, 8 percent Asian, and 7 percent Hispanic.
The survey involved 1,050 male and female respondents from all walks of life who are eligible to vote in the urban and rural areas.
Respondents for quantitative data collection were selected through purposive sampling.
The results showed that the respondents generally know about Islamic banking which is based on Profit and Loss sharing.
Table 1: Frequency distribution of the respondents regarding to their Age (N=210)
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In the UAE, 31 per cent of employed respondents believe that business conditions are either 'good' or 'very good'; however, 30 per cent believe that business conditions are 'bad'.