Gallup Pakistan survey, Asif Zardari, Shehbaz Sharif, and Maryam Nawaz as the most disliked leaders of the country.
Over 60 percent of citizens disapproved of the former President, Prime Minister, and Maryam Nawaz.
According to the details, Gallup has released a new representative survey report regarding Pakistan.
The survey was conducted across the four provinces with around 2000 respondents. According to the survey results, Pakistan People’s Party Co-Chairman and former President Asif Zardari is the most disliked leader of the country, 67 percent of people expressed their dislike for him during the survey.
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While Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif was ranked as the second most disliked leader of the country, 65 percent of people expressed a negative opinion about him during the survey.
Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz was declared the third most disliked leader of the country. According to the Gallup survey, 62% believe Imran Khan is responsible for inflation, not PDM. Pakistan’s economy is in dire straits. One out of every 5 households has lost their job in 6 months.
According to the survey, 36 percent of Pakistanis have a reasonable opinion about Nawaz Sharif and Bilawal Bhutto. Sixty-one percent of Pakistanis want Nawaz Sharif to return. Ninety-one percent of Muslim League-N voters also want Nawaz Sharif to return, 57 percent of people said.
The decision to dissolve the Punjab Assembly was justified. Sixty-one percent of Pakistanis have a reasonable opinion about Imran Khan. According to a Gallup survey, 34 percent of people favor Maryam Nawaz.
Twenty-seven percent of the people are with Asif Zardari. Thirty-two percent voted in favor of Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, and 31 percent voted for Maulana Fazlur Rehman. More than half of Pakistanis are looking forward to a new party made up of honest politicians.
Fifty-three percent of Pakistanis said they would leave their current party if a new party of honest politicians and technocrats were formed.
In a survey conducted some time ago, more than two-thirds of the people supported Tehreek-e-Insaf’s narrative of early elections. Gallup Pakistan surveyed to find out the opinion of the people regarding the current political and economic conditions of the country.
12,00 people across the country participated in the Gallup survey, which was conducted from May 30 to June 13.