According to a new survey conducted by Ipsos, Paris-based multinational market research and consulting firm, the majority of Pakistanis are dissatisfied with the performance of the PTI-led government in the country.
According to the survey, 55 percent of Pakistanis believe the PTI government’s performance is below par, 13 percent believe it is above par, and 32 percent believe it is in line with their expectations.
According to the survey results released on Saturday, 46 percent of dejected people voted for the PTI in the 2018 elections. People claimed that provincial governments and opposition parties failed to live up to their expectations over the last three years.
Three out of every five Pakistanis were dissatisfied with the performance of the provincial government. In addition, 56 percent of people were dissatisfied with the performance of the opposition parties during this time period.
The survey was carried out from December 18 to December 24, 2021, and 1,100 people were interviewed for the purpose. Dissatisfaction with the government’s performance was expressed by 56 percent of PML-N voters, 47 percent of PPP voters, and 51 percent of voters from other parties. At least 63% of Pakistanis were dissatisfied with the performance of provincial governments.
The provinces of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan had a large majority of 82 percent criticizing the provincial government’s performance, while Sindh had 75 percent and Punjab had 52 percent.
56 percent of those polled thought the opposition’s performance was below par, 15 percent thought it was above par, and 29 percent said it was in line with their expectations.