8 responses to “Gallup Pakistan Survey/Poll February 2013, PML-N, PTI and PPP”

  1. Khan

    Rubbish survey. I know the facts of KP. PMLN have no such vote bank in KP. Its completely perpetuating servey. Its a topi drama against PTI by PMLN and there Saudi Gods. All the parties alliance cannot win from PTI in KP. It will just remain their dream. I know what people feel abou PTI in KP. In other provinces also might be the same case. So there is no ban on seeking dreams spending alot of money. And everyone will observe a sudden blow of change after 23rd March 2013. Pakistani people are not such stupid to follow old corrupt politicians so blindly. Politicains are worrying about their accountability if Imran Khan comes.

  2. imran

    Mr. Khan you are fool, you look dreams in a bright day light, you see these dreams and PTI snomi will drown in Nala Lai, ho ho ho, you said that people are not such stupid to follow old corrupt politicians so blindly it is right but tell me that in PTI is there neat and clean people, Mr. Allem Khan wah wah, Mr. Lagari, Mr. Sardar Asif, Mr. Qasoori, Mr. Shah Mahmood and many more which are part of PTI/Mr. Khan Sonami, you should open your eyes and then comments on these surveys

  3. Saleem A Choudhry

    All existing Ruling political parties (PMLn, PPPP, PMLq) according to this survey have gained strength as compared to last survey conducted by IRI in November 2012. And the only party which is not in power has lost ground during this periodof around 3 to 4 months. This is enough to throw this survey in the bin without doubting anybody’s intentions or blaming anyone.

    What good has happened to people’s lives that they are showering these rulers with increased acceptance? A big “0”.

  4. kashif ahmed

    This gallup survey is not a fact. People knows him that PPP is corruct parties people refuses all parties who involved in curreption.

  5. Saima Durrani

    In Pakistan, election Surveys does not, infact can not show the real picture of different parties and its position on the ground. Its so strange that the popularity of the ANP in Balochistan has been shown as 13% while in Pakhtunkhwa it is just 11% !! Its totally rubbish and non-sense. The ANP has much more support in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa which will be proved on the day of election to everyone.

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  7. sunny minhas

    gud servey…and wonderfull servey

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