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Latest Pew Survey released on 7th May - IK 60% Favorable

Tameem

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Nawaz Sharif, head of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz party (PML-N), is the most popular leader included on the survey, with a favorable rating from 66% of Pakistanis; roughly a quarter (26%) view him unfavorably. Sharif is particularly well liked in Punjab province (78%).

Imran Khan, leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party (PTI), is also popular – 60% are positive toward the former cricket star and fewer than two-in-ten (17%) hold a negative opinion of him. Nonetheless, Khan’s ratings have declined from their high point in 2012 and 2011, when roughly seven-in-ten Pakistanis were favorable toward him. While Khan’s popularity has decreased across the board, the drop has been especially steep among 18- to 29-year-olds, his strongest supporters in 2012 (63% favorable in 2013 vs. 76% in 2012).

PAKISTAN09President Zardari continues to be very unpopular. Few Pakistanis (14%) express favorable views of their leader, while more than eight-in-ten (83%) are unfavorable. Even among supporters of his political party, the Pakistan Peoples Party, or PPP, Zardari struggles to gain an advantage over Sharif. Just 53% of those who identify with the PPP are favorable toward Zardari, compared with 52% who give Sharif high marks.

Raja Pervez Ashraf, who stepped down as prime minister when the government finished its term in March 2013, also receives negative ratings. About half of Pakistanis (51%) give Ashraf a negative rating. Just 17% are favorable, and nearly a third (32%) express no opinion.

Meanwhile, ratings for General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry have been declining steadily over the past few years. In 2010, a majority of Pakistanis (61%) were favorable toward Kayani, the Army chief of staff; today, fewer than half (45%) give him a positive review. Similarly, about six-in-ten (61%) had a positive view of Chaudhry in 2009 and 2010, while just 43% say the same now.

Chapter 1. National Conditions, Leaders and Institutions | Pew Global Attitudes Project

Congratulations PTIANS......:coffee:
 
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The unfavourable to PMLN is a lot higher than unfavourable to PTI.

The unfavourable to PMLN and PPP will vote for PTI in elections.

PTI will win majority.
 

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We Don't understand why some people prefer a BA 2nd division pass (Nawaz Sharif) over

Imran Khan who has titles like World's number 2 university graduate, Oxford hall of fame, writer of 6

famous books, chancellor of Bradford University, the biggest humanitarian of Pakistan, pride of

performance, Sitar-e-Imtiaz, ICC hall of fame, guest speaker of world economic forum, Asian

sportsman of the year, columnist in Guardian and Telegraph, now he is no 03 politician of the world

and many more...Khuda us qaum kee halat kabhi nahi badalta jo apni halat khud nahi badalti.
 

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Seems like a close race between Nawaz Sharif and Imran Khan and PMLN and PTI, good for us - both want good relations with India and end to terrorism against India. But Imran Khan seems more dynamic and will probably bring change and a fresh start to Pakistan.

LOL, Zardari and PPP isn't even in the reckoning.
 

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