A nationwide survey by the Institute of Public Opinion Research (IPOR) has revealed that if the demand for mid-term elections put forward by the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) is met, any party will win a majority. The government will not succeed.
The survey, which polled more than 2,000 people, revealed that less than a third of Pakistanis want the PTI-ruled government to complete its term.
Of the total respondents, 26 said they would vote for the PML-N and 25 said they would vote for the PTI. In addition, 9% chose the PPP, while 3% chose the JUI-F.
The TLP was more popular than the ANP, APML, PML-Q, and MQM (P), which garnered 2% of the vote, while the other four garnered 1% each.
However, 12% of those surveyed said they would not vote for any party. Another 8 said they were still blunt, 3 said they would choose based on the performance of the parties, and 9 did not answer the question.
Although the current survey has revealed that the PTI’s popularity has declined by 7% since the 2018 general elections, the IPOR notes that the PML-N has increased by 2% and the People’s Party The party has declined by 4%.
If public opinion on this question was considered on a provincial basis, there would be no change in the mid-term elections. PML-N is leading in Punjab with 39 votes while PTI is in second place with 26 votes. The rest – PPP, TLP, and PML – Q – were 5%, 2% and 1% respectively.
In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, on the other hand, in the mid-term elections, the PTI is immediately leading with 34% of the vote, while 12%, 8%, 3%, 4%, 3%, and 2% of those surveyed are Muslims. League selected. -N, JUI-F, ANP, PPP, JI, and TLP, respectively.
In the case of Sindh, the PPP is the most popular party in the province with 22%.
However, PTI is in second place with 13% of the vote, followed by 9%, 3%, 3%, 2%, and 1% Muslim League (N), Jamaat-e-Islami, JUI-F, TL P and MQM (P) side.
The poll indicated that 45% of people supported the PDM’s demand for immediate elections, while 31% – or less than a third – expressed a desire to fulfill the power of the current PTI government.
Only 24% did not answer this question.
Interestingly, the IPOR survey found that 49% of respondents believe that the goal of the PDM campaign is citizen supremacy. But 32 said the opposition coalition wanted to cover up its alleged corruption, while 19 did not respond.
The survey also found that 53% of those surveyed believe that the current PTI government is targeting its political opponents under the guise of eradicating corruption.
However, 31 thought that the government is sincerely working to eradicate corruption. At least 16% did not answer the question.
The idea that the PTI government is targeting its opponents under the guise of eradicating corruption, where 72% of people in Sindh were in favor of the idea, while 16% opposed it.
Half of the respondents in Punjab said that they felt that the PTI government was targeting its opponents under the guise of eradicating corruption and 33% opposed it.
Similarly, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 43% thought the idea was right while 43% thought it was wrong. In addition, in Balochistan, 35% were in favor of the idea and 40% were against it.
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