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PML N the most popular political party : Gallup Survey

Pakistan Muslim League-N led by Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has emerged as the most popular political party of the country for Elections 2013 in terms of voting intentions shown in consolidated findings of surveys conducted by IRI and Gallup Pakistan.

According to the consolidated findings of the survey conducted on the basis of voting intentions by IRI and Gallup Pakistan respectively during the past 3 months, PML-N is the front runner for the upcoming general elections with an average national score of 37%.

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) share second slot in the survey with a national level score of 16 %.

In its latest report for February 2013, Gallup Pakistan has divided the electorate in 11 territories and shown PML-N as a leading party in five of them while PTI is front runner in 1 electoral territory (where it shares it with PML-N).

PPP has been shown as a leading political party for elections 2013 in 2 territories; MQM in 1; Awami National Party (ANP) in 1; and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F)/Muttahida Majlis-e-Ammal (MMA) in 1 territory. (NNI)


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  1. In PML-N, Nawaz Sharif acts like a Greek god and his brother Shahbaz Sharif as the representative of that god on Earth. This Greek mythology type leadership of PML-N is not only bad for their own party but also a grave danger for the democracy and for the country at large. No one in the PML-N can utter a word against any decision or statement decreed by the Baray Mian. Any disagreement with the party leadership is out of question. First and final word lies with the King of Raiwind. The arrogant, aloof, and average-intelligent Nawaz Sharif has lost two of his government due to his dictatorial style, and now his party is splitting into many pieces, which is good for the country.
    Senior Ex-leader of Pakistan Muslim League-N Javed Hashmi had said no one within the party would be allowed to act like a dictator and that workers’ rights would be protected even if it draws any one’s ire. Sir Anjam Khan of PML-N has said that Muslim League does not belong to a particular individual. Now it is the time when all the true and diehard Muslim Leaguers should join hands and stand against the dictatorship of bald-from-the-wisdom-too leadership of PML-N.

    • Well Described – Salman. I wish all readers can understand – between Leader and MASTER. Our leader should be a LEADER and Not master. he should not make his business empires – rather help people make them (by proper means). Here NS – made his Own empire – whereas the rest of people were left alone. NS made laws – helping his own factories / textiles / foundaries and other huge empires. Established businesses around the world (UK, US, Switzerland, and his most favourite palce – Saudi Arabia)

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