The city of Mumbai, the Indian capital, is known for its modernist architecture and its diverse population.
The city’s modern architecture, which includes the sprawling Bose Tower, the iconic Taj Mahal, and the iconic Ganga River, is one of the few in the world to be seen with the eyes of the world.
However, a recent survey has revealed that the city is not always seen as a destination for young people.
According to a recent poll conducted by Mumbai-based brokerage firm CBRE, a total of 18.6% of respondents said that Mumbai is a city where young people do not want to go, and 8.7% said that they would not go to the city for the same reason.
According a separate survey, the number of young people who said they would never go to Mumbai is actually down from 20% to 18% since 2011.
The poll, which is the second survey done by CBRE in 2017, also asked respondents if they were willing to work in the city as well.
According the survey, around 2.8% of Mumbai’s population between 15-24 years old is unemployed, while 15.5% are employed.
The figure is down from 6.9% in 2015.
The survey also found that nearly 50% of those surveyed would not consider buying a home in the coming year.
In addition to the survey conducted by CBre, the company also asked people to rate their experience of the city and their expectations for it.
The company also recorded data from 5,000 respondents across the country.
The poll revealed that Mumbai has become the most expensive place in the country to live, and Mumbai’s overall quality of life has also declined since 2011, when it was ranked as the second most expensive city in the U.S. According to CBRE’s latest survey, Mumbai has lost out on the top spot to New York, with its overall score dropping from 3.3 in 2016 to 2.7 in 2017.