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TGM Ramadan Global Survey 2021 I Infographic

Topline results from the world's largest Ramadan online consumer survey.

Ramadan Kareem!

Ramadan is about days away now, and yes, it is coming up fast once again. Like every year, Muslims worldwide pose the question "How do I make the most of this coming Ramadan?"

How Ramadan Has Changed During COVID-19?

We know we are not the only ones curious about this, so we would like to share these findings with you. To get to the root of these questions, we conducted the world's largest Ramadan study. We surveyed over 9,000 Muslims consumers across multiple regions to understand the impact of changes.

In this highlight you´ll learn:
  • What Muslims in specific countries plan for the upcoming Ramadan.
  • What is the impact of Coronavirus on Ramadan celebrations.
  • Household budget and spending for Ramadan.

Read through select highlights from our project and download the complete infographic below:

About TGM 2021 Ramadan Global Survey:

TGM Research has conducted a 9,611 participant survey globally in 17 countries in the period preceding Ramadan 2021 (20-28th of March 2021). Countries included covered Sub-Sah Africa, South Asia, South-East Asia, Middle East (MENA), and Europe. The sample was broadly representative for the online population in surveyed countries.


Online survey with 9,611 participants, in 17 countries, broken down into gender being Male 53%, and Female 47%. Muslim believers.

We surveyed only the part of the Muslim population who will be celebrating the holy month of Ramadan.


Age groupings by 18-24 (25%), 25-29 (18%) 30-39 (32%), 40-50 (25%).

Country sample size: Algeria N=698, Bangladesh N=682, Egypt N=745, Indonesia N=747, Iraq N=536, Jordan N=567, Malaysia N=796, Morocco N=806, Pakistan N=818, Saudi Arabia N=679, Tunisia N=545, Turkey N=659, United Arab Emirates N=558, India N=211, Kuwait N=200, Lebanon N=179, Nigeria N=185,

Results were weighted to take country population structure aged between 18-50 into account.

Ramadan 2023 is coming!

Would you like to know how it will look this year? Get insights from the world's biggest Ramadan study.