- SAT breather for Ambani in RPL case
- Australia's central bank keeps cash rate unchanged
- $5-trn GDP early in Amrit Kaal
- Maha Tourism organises roadshow in Hyderabad
- Sodhi confident of New Zealand’s readiness ahead of the Mirpur Test
- IIT-K bags Best Assisted Technology Initiatives at ATF Awards 2023
- Dell empowers 2 mn Indians in digital skills, to expand further
- Stop guessing! Use an inflation calculator for investment success
- Mulugu SP alerts people amid heavy rains due to cyclone Michaung
- Women at COP28: Meet five Indian women who are pioneering climate action in the country
Nawaz Sharif popular political figure in Pakistan: Survey
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been the most popular political figure in Pakistan, liked by 63 per cent people of the country, according to a survey published on Friday.
Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been the most popular political figure in Pakistan, liked by 63 per cent people of the country, according to a survey published on Friday.
Around 39 per cent people favoured Imran Khan, while Bilawal garnered appreciation from 32 per cent, Geo News cited a joint survey by the International Republican Institute and Institute for Republic Opinion Research.
The same people were also questioned about their dislike for leading political personalities. The survey suggested 85 per cent Pakistanis disliked Muttahida Qaumi Movement founder Altaf Hussain, 80 and 90 per cent expressing their dislike for Asif Ali Zardari and Tahir-ul-Qadri respectively.
Asked about their satisfaction over government performance, 64 per cent people expressed satisfaction over the performance of the federal government.
Among provinces, Punjab stood on top hailed by 79 per cent Pakistanis, followed by Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.
Interestingly, 59 per cent people across the country, when asked about Panama Papers leaks, said they knew nothing of it, while 26 per cent called for a complete probe into it.
Nearly 38 per cent people said they were partially interested in the Panama Leaks case.
They said that power shortage was the biggest issue. The survey said that 74 per cent Pakistanis feel themselves safe.