ISLAMABAD - Majority of Pakistanis are satisfied with the performance of incumbent government for its prudent policies to tackle crisis and improve national economy, revealed a survey conducted by Gallup Pakistan.
According to the survey, people were asked whether they are satisfied with the performance of the government, 60 per cent expressed their pleasure over the government performance.
A clear majority of Pakistanis said that the working of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif was upto to their expectation while a little per cent suggested some improvement in the government policies.
To another question, 80 per cent Pakistanis were in favour of democratic setup in the country and rejected dictatorship, terming it a disaster for the country.
When asked whether Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan should be made Prime Minister of the country, 52 per cent of them rejected the idea. However, almost 50 per cent of the people surveyed, expressed their willingness to vote the PML-N again in the next general election.
Around 60 per cent of the surveyed people also rejected the idea of appointing Imran Khan as the PM in the current scenario with a thin number favouring it.
Around 66 per cent of the people termed Imran Khan’s ongoing anti-government campaign as mere a drama and hoped that he should await the government to complete its tenure.