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GUISAD VALLEY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

Senior High School


Bado, Dangwa Street, Cresencia Village Baguio City

A Survey on the Cause and Effect of Poverty

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement on Statistics and


Probability
Second semester 2018-2019

By:
Joshua, cawayan
Leal, leanbert lie
Joanne, buluguey
Cristal, jean buban
Manginga, judelyn

To:
Sir Agustin Padya-os

Date submitted:
January 2019
Table of Contents
Page I: cover page……………………………………………………… 1
Page II:Table of contents…………………………………. 2
Page III:identity and questions…………………….3
Identity…………………………………………………………………
Strand………………………………………………………………………
Question 1……………………………………………………………
Question 2……………………………………………………………
Question 3……………………………………………………………
Question 4……………………………………………………………
Question 5……………………………………………………………
Question 6……………………………………………………………
Question 7……………………………………………………………
Question 8……………………………………………………………
Question 9……………………………………………………………
Part IV:appendices
AppendiX I. Monitoring sheet…………………
Appendix II. letter…………………………………………
Appendix III. Survey questioner…………
Appendix IV. Tally sheet……………………………
Appendix V. Graph………………………………………………
Appendix VI. Table…………………………………………
We are conducting a research entitled “Cause and Effect
of Poverty” for us to to know the cause and effect of poverty
in every students.

I.IDENTITY
HUMMS ( ) H.E ( ) ABM ( )

II.QUESTION
1.What causes poverty?
a.Lack of education
b.Jobless
c.Financial problem
d.Inflation
e.Corruption
f. others (pls. specify):
2. How much is your daily allowance?
a. 0-50.00
b. 50.00-100.00
c. 100.00-200.00
d. 200.00 and above
3. How many times you eat meal in a day?
a.1 time
b. 2 times
c. 3 times
d. 4 times
4. What is your monthly family income?
a. 10,000.00 and below
b. 11,000.00-20,000.00
c. 21,000.00-30,000.00
d. 31,000.00-40,000.00
e. 41,000.00 and above
5. What level of poverty do you belong?
a. below average
b. Bverage
c. Above average
6. What is the effect of poverty on the education of the
student?
a. Low performance/ no focus
b. Poor sense of energy
c. Dropping
d. Others (pls. specify):
7. What are the effect of poverty?
a. Malnutrition
b. Sickness/disease
c. Criminal victimization
d. Hunger
e. Others (pls. specify):
8. How can you lessen poverty problem?
a. Bursue to finish your education
b. be an asset to the community/abiding citizen
c. Find a job
d. Others (pls. specify):
9. How would you rate your knowledge in poverty?
a. 0%
b.1-25%
c.26-50%
d. 51-75%
e. 76- 100%
Result and Discussion

In this part we represent the Cause and Effect of


Poverty.

Part I. Strand
strand I.
Identity rank frequency percentage
HUMSS 1 45 56.25%
H.E 3 15 18.75%
ABM 3 20 25%

Strand I.
STRAND

25%

HUMSS
H.E
ABM
56.25%
18.75%

Majority of the respondent are the HUMSS with the percentage


of 56.25.

PART II. QUESTIONS

1.What causes poverty?


Table A: Cause of poverty
Cause percent
age
a. Lack of education 58.75%
b. Jobless 18.75%
c. Financial problem 12.5%
d. Inflation 2.5%
e. Corruption 7.5%
f. Others: 0%
cause

a.financial
problem
b.jobless

c.fianacial
problem
d.inflation

e.corruption

Majority of the respondent on the cause of poverty are


the lack of education with a percentage of 58.75%.
According to Pual Spicker (2018), issues cannot be set aside
in trying to deal with poverty, and poverty is increasingly
being thought of as a multidimensional concept.

2. How much is your daily allowance?


Table B: daily allowance
Daily allowance percentage
a.0-50.00 26.25%
b.50.00-100.00 62.5%
c.100.00-200.00 10%
d.200.00 and above 1.25%

70

60

50 percentage

40 percentage2

30 percentage3

20 percentage4

10

0
0-50.00 50-100.00 100-200.00 200 above

Majority of the respondent in their daily allowance are


50.00-100.00 pesos with the percentage of 62.5%.
3.How many times you eat meal in a day?
Table c: Times
answer percentage
a.1 time 3.75%
b.2 times 17.5%
c.3 times 62.5%
d.4 times 11.25%
Graph C
Chart Title

4times percentage
3
percentage
3times 2
percentage

2times perentage

1 time

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70

Majority of the respondent on the time they eat in a day are


3 times with the average of 62.5%.

4.What is your family income?


Table D: Family income
answer rate percentage
a.10,000.00 and below 47.5%
b.11,000.00-20,000.00 26.25%
c.21,000.00-30,000.00 17.5%
d.31,000.00-40,000.00 6.25%
E.41,000.00 and above 2.5%
Graph D: Income
income
6.25% 2.50%
a.10,000 below

b.10,000-20,000

c.21,000-30,000
17.50%
47.50% d.31,000-40,000

e.41,000 above

26.25%

Majority of the respondent in their family income are


10,000 and below with the percentage of 47.4%.
Survey’s about the result of the average annual family
income of Filipino families was approximately 267,000 pesos.
In comparison, the average annual family expenditure for the
same year was 215,000 pesos. Hence, Filipino families has
savings of 52,000 pesos in a year, on average.

5.What level of poverty do you belong?


Table E: level of poverty
answer percentage
a.Below average 20%
b.Average 77.5%
c.Above average 2.5%
Graph E
Chart Title
90
80
percentage
70
60
percentage2
50
40 percentage3
30
20
10
0
Below average Average Above average

Majority of the respondent in leveling poverty are average


with the percentage of 77.5%.
The poverty household, poverty limit or poverty line is the
minimum level of income deemed adequate in a particular
country, the official or common understanding of the poverty
line is significantly higher in developed countries
Than in developing countries.

6. What is the effect of poverty on the education of the


student?
Table F: effect
effect percentage
a.Low performance 70%
b.Poor sense of energy 10%
c.Dropping 17.5%
d.Others 2.5%
Graph F: effect
Chart Title

others

percentage4

dropping percentage3
percentage2
percentage
poor sense of energy

low performance

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80

Majority of the respondent on the effect of poverty are


low performance with the percentage of 70%.
Persistent socioeconomic disadvantage has a negative
impact on the life outcomes of many students. One of the key
areas influenced by family incomes.

7.What are the effect of poverty?


Table G: effect
effect percentage
a.Manutrition 15%
b.Sickness 8.75%
c.Criminal victimization 1.25%
d.Hunger 25%
e.All of the above 50%
Graph G:effect
effect

15%
a.malnutrition

8.75% b.sickness
50% 1.25% c. criminal victimization
d.hunger
e. all of the above
25%

Majority of the respondent on the effect of poverty are


all of the above with the percentage of 50%.
According to Hussein Sow (2017),The effects of poverty of
an individuals can be multiple in various. Problems like poor
nutrition, poor health, lack of housing, delinquency, a poor
quality education, and the choice of having positive or
negative response to your situation can be one outcomes of
poverty.

8.How can you lessen poverty problem?


Table H:how to lessen poverty
How to lessen poverty percentage
a.Pursue to finish your problem 77.5%
b.Be an asset to the community 15%
c. Find job 5%
d.Others 2.5%

how to lessen poverty


2.50%

5%

a.persue study to finish your


15%
problem
b.be an asset to the community

c.find job

4th Qtr
77.50%

Majority of the respondent on how to lessen poverty


problem are to pursue to finish your problem with the
percentage of 77.5%.
According to Rebecca Balas (2014),There is nothing
invetible about poverty. We just need to build political will
to enact the policies that will increase the economic
security, expand opportunities, and grow middle class.

9.How would rate your knowledge in poverty?


Table I. Ratings
knowledge percentage
a.0% 2.5%
b.1-25% 10%
c.26-50% 37.5%
d.51-75% 31.25%
e.76-100% 18.75%
76-100%

51-75%
percentage5
percentage4
26-50% percentage3
percentage2
1-25% percentage

0%

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
Majority of the respondent on how they rate their
knowledge in poverty are 26-50% with the percentage of 37.5%.
Philippine is one of the most populated country, with
that statement, lots of Filipinos suffer from poverty. Having
the knowledge about the poverty , we Filipinos are very aware
to that issue.