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Pew Research Center Survey 2014 – Imran Khan Vs Nawaz Sharif Popularity in Pakistan

Pew Research Center Survey 2014 – Imran Khan Vs Nawaz Sharif Popularity in Pakistan

In Pakistan political unrest is continue. Is Islamabad two political parties PAT and PTI  are staging sit-in at constitution Avenue in front of Parliament. Today at the filing of this report almost 16000 (fifteen thousands) peoples are sitting in two separate blocks. Imran Khan Dharna has almost 5000 persons, while Tahir ul Qadri’s side has almost 11000 protestors. There is a mixed gathering of Male, Female, Men, Women, Girls and Boys. Children are also present there.

Today Pew Research centre has published the result of recent survey/poll for Pakistan.

Popularity graph of major political leaders of Pakistan is given bellow. PEW has given popularity view of last 5 Years for PMLN’s Chief Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf’ Chairman Imran Ahmad Khan Niazi.

In 2010 Nawaz Sharif was supported by 71 percent peoples in Pakistan, Wjile Imran was popular in only 52 percent of Pakistanis.

In 2011 Imran Khan’s Popularity shoot up with 68%, While Nawaz Sharif Popularity decline to 63%.

In 2012 Imran Khan Popularity graph improve little bit at 70%, While Nawaz Sharif slightly less at 62%.

In 2013 general election held in all over Pakistan and Nawaz Sharif again become most popular leader with 66% people favorable, While Imran Khan popularity decline from 70 % to 60.

Now in 2014 Nawaz Sharif is still most popular leader with 64% favorable opinion, while Imran Khan gain further UN-popularity with 53% favorable comments.

 

Pew Research Center Pakistan Poll 2014 - Imran Khan Vs Nawaz Sharif Popularity
Pew Research Center Pakistan Poll 2014 – Imran Khan Vs Nawaz Sharif Popularity

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4 comments

  1. Please tell the whole report. Survey could not be conducted in KPK, FATA, AJK and Balochistan. Also if he has lost popularity than u need not worry as this is a biased incomplete article.

    For Proof:
    The survey in Pakistan was conducted under the direction of Princeton Survey Research Associates International.

    Results for the survey in Pakistan are based on 1,203 face-to-face interviews with adults 18 and older, between April 15 and May 7, 2014. Interviews were conducted in Urdu, Pashto, Punjabi, Saraiki or Sindhi. The survey is representative of roughly 82% of the adult population. The Federally Administered Tribal Areas, Gilgit-Baltistan, Azad Jammu and Kashmir were excluded for security reasons as were areas of instability in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (formerly the North-West Frontier Province) and Baluchistan. The survey is based on a multi-stage, area probability design stratified by province and urbanity. The primary sampling units were cities and villages. The sample is disproportionately urban but the data are weighted to reflect the actual urban/rural distribution in Pakistan.

    http://www.pewglobal.org/2014/08/27/pakistan-survey-methods/

  2. i DNT AGREE WITH U COS IMRAN KHN IS THE MOST FAMOUS LEADER OF PAKISTAN

  3. ik is more popular

  4. Well your survey can go to hell and share the place with Nawaz Sharif.

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