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64 percent Pakistanis reject US hand in Imran Khan’s fall

Islamabad: A survey has found that 64 percent of Pakistanis have rejected the government’s narrative of a US conspiracy behind the opposition’s no-trust move and instead feel inflation and the Imran Khan government’s failure to redress it as the main trigger.

However, 36 percent of respondents of the Gallup Pakistan Survey believe that a US conspiracy was the motivation behind the opposition’s attempt to dislodge the government.

The random telephonic poll solicited the opinion of 800 households from April 3 to 4, Dawn reported on Wednesday.

Among those who felt stagflation and the government’s failure to address it was the opposition’s motivation for launching the no-trust motion, 74 percent were from Sindh, 62 percent from Punjab, and 59 percent from the KPK.

Around 54 percent of respondents of another survey expressed disappointment with the Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) government over three and a half years performance, whereas 46 percent found no fault with its service delivery.

A majority, 68 percent, of respondents appreciated Imran Khan’s action of calling for new elections.

On Pakistanis’ perception of the US, 72 percent described it as the country’s enemy and 28 percent termed it a friend.

On the question of the PTI government’s delivery during the three and a half year period, 54 percent were disappointed with Imran Khan’s regime, while 46 percent expressed a certain degree of satisfaction.

Of those expressing a higher degree of satisfaction with the central government’s performance, 60 percent represented KPK, while 40 percent from the same province expressed abject disappointment with its performance.

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From Sindh, 43 percent of respondents expressed satisfaction with the performance of Imran Khan, but 57 percent were not so appreciative.

In the case of Punjab, Imran received a 45 percent approval rating for his service delivery, but 55 percent disapproved of his performance. On the dissolution of the government and the call for national elections, 68 percent approved the move, while 32 percent dismissed it.

India Blooms News Service

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