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PMLN-PTI stand neck and neck in case of early polls

By News Desk
January 16, 2022
PMLN-PTI stand neck and neck in case of early polls

KARACHI: Both the major parties are expected to have a tough neck and neck contest in case of early elections with 29 percent of the voters favoring PMLN and 28 percent favoring PTI.

As against 2018 elections, there is a four percent drop in PTI's popularity against a five percent increase in that of PMLN and two percent in case of PPP. This was the opinion of those surveyed by Ipor. The sample size of the survey was 3,700 and it was conducted from Dec 22 to January 9, 2022.

Ipor reported a tough fight between the PMLN and PTI with 29 percent of the voters favoring PM-N as their first choice to vote and 28 percent opting for the PTI, while 15 percent prefer PPP. All these parties continue to show voter confidence in their stronghold provinces as well. As many as 33 percent of the respondents said Nawaz Sharif can solve their and problems and those of Pakistan, while 30 percent said Prime Minister Imran Khan can do wonders for the country, while 10 percent attached their hopes with PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto. On the burning question of former PM Nawaz Sharif's return to Pakistan, majority 68pc of the respondents said the former prime minister Nawaz Sharif should return to Pakistan.

Comments

    Ishrat salim commented 4 months ago

    survey based on 3700 people means nothing in a country of 220 million.

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    Nadeem khan commented 4 months ago

    Imran khan is only choice for prime minister,nawaz sharif is opportunist,.

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    Awais Badsha commented 3 months ago

    imrankhan turned out to be a real CHOR!

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      Dr Girth commented 2 months ago

      And what exactly did he steal you imbecile? Shows your education level which seems non existent, you want to vote for the baldy duo who sunk the country for nearly 30 years and left Pakistan in tatters, Shame on you for supporting individuals who embarrassed us internationally.