93% of Pakistanis Consider Imran Khan a Better Prime Minister Than Predecessors: Survey

An online survey conducted by a Dubai-based publication has revealed that a vast majority of Pakistanis consider Imran Khan a better Prime Minister than his predecessors.

Over 16,000 people took part in the poll conducted by Khaleej Magazine on Twitter. The survey asked who was/is the best Prime Minister of Pakistan, and the choices were Imran Khan, Nawaz Sharif, Shaukat Aziz, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, and Yousuf Raza Gillani.


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Out of 16,041, 93.2 percent of respondents thought Imran Khan is a better choice despite his difficult decisions and challenges such as inflation.


Former premiers, Nawaz Sharif and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi received 4.7 percent votes, while Yousuf Raza Gilani and Raja Pervez Ashraf secured 0.8 percent votes.


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The survey comes in the backdrop of an opposition alliance against PM Khan’s government, which will hold rallies and protests across the country next month.

Before this survey, the business community in Pakistan had expressed its confidence in PM Khan and hoped that his efforts will improve the country’s economic conditions in near future.

  • 93% of Pakistanis don’t consider IK to be a better minister.

    93% of 16,041 Pakistanis do, which is 0.0075% of Pakistan’s population.

  • Imran Khan is the best thing happened to Pakistan. I hope he will run Pakistan for the next 20-30 years. If you look at history then only Pukhtoon leaders have brought glory to this region. Sher Shah Suri, Ghauri, Ayub Khan and Imran Khan all are great Pukhtoons with innate leadership skills. Their race also helps them as their DNA has the properties of old Pukhtunwali and bravery of centuries. All Pakistanis are looking at Pukhtoons to get them out of this misery.

  • galian denay ko dil kar raha…. bahir awam k pass jao roads per shops per wahan survey karo…. bharwa… pro pti site & article
    93 % pakistani are fed up with this shit Govt.

  • This survey is totally biased and unscientific. First, the 16000 respondents in the survey are a miniscule sample size of 250 million Pakistani population. Second, the question itself is loaded becausef “who is best” is highly opinionated and not based on solid, verifiable criteria of any benchmark of performance. Third, each of the Prime Ministers has had different tenures. Imran has just completed his two years and thus his final performance cannot be gauged until he completes his term. Fourth, internal and external situation facing each prime minister was different. You cannot conclude that Imran Khan is facing the most daunting challenges compared to other PMs.

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