Nawaz Sharif Beats Imran Khan in Popularity Among Pakistani Public
PMLN Supremo Nawaz Sharif has Beat the Other Political Leader including Imran Khan, Bilawal Bhutto , Shahbaz Sharif among the People of the Pakistan.
According to the Recent Survey Conducted by Gallup Pakistan During the Decemeber 22, 2021 to January 31 2022. Following Results are Interpreted After Collecting the Views of 5000 People From Across of the Pakistan. This Survey is Conducted About the Popularity of PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif, PM Imran Khan, PMLN President Shehbaz Sharif and PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
There is a Huge Drop in the Popularity of PM Imran Among the Public.
The Results of Survey About Popularity of Political Leader is Given Below;-
- Nawaz Sharif Has Most Popularity among other Politicians which Following Rating of 58% in Punjab, 46% in KPK, 51 % in Sindh.
- Imran Ranked 2nd in the KPK with 46% and Ranked at 3rd Position in Punjab and Sindh with 33% Popularity.
- Shahbaz Sharif has Got 43% Popularity in the KPK, 58% in the Punjab, and 41% in the Sindh.
- Where PPP Leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has 24 % Popularity Among the KPK People, 24 % Among Punjab and 37% in the Sindh.
According to the Gallup Pakistan, there is a Huge Rose in the Popularity of PMLN Nawaz Sharif For the First Time After Dec 2018. Shehbaz Sharif has Simillar Rating as the Nawaz Sharif.
But the PM Imran has a Decline in the Popularity Among the People 51pc in 2018 has now dropped to 33pc. While that of PPP Chairman increased to 24pc from 18pc then.
About the response in Sindh, the pollster recorded 51pc popularity for the PMLN Supremo Nawaz Sharif, 41pc for Shehbaz Sharif, Bilawal Bhutto secured 37pc, Imran Khan 33pc, and Asif Ali Zardari managed 31pc.
In comparison to the 2018 Gallup Survey, the popularity of Nawaz Sharif and Shehbaz Sharif rose from a mere 12pc to 51pc and 41pc, whereas that of PM Khan dropped from 33pc in 2018 to 10pc in Feb 2020, which has again risen to 33pc in the current survey. But in the case of Bilawal Bhutto, the popularity ratings dropped in the home province from 54pc to 39pc and has now further dropped to 37pc.