Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf (PTI) turned out to be the most popular political party of Pakistan to win the next general elections in 2023, showed the results of an online poll conducted by UAE-based magazine, Khaleej Mag, on Monday.
The results showed that a large number of the participants are supporting PTI in the 2023 elections. The polls had given four options to people to vote: PTI, PML-N, JUI, and PPP. The results showed PTI racked up nearly 86% of votes in an online poll.
Consequently, PPP secured 4.7% votes, JUI secured 1.8% votes and PML-N got 6.6% votes in online voting. Also a total of 42, 179 people had voted in an online poll. The results of the online poll came just a month after PTI won the election in Gilgit-Baltistan.
Two surveys conducted by Gallup Pakistan and Pulse Consultant have shown that the upcoming elections in Gilgit-Baltistan will be very closely contested between the PTI and PPP. Both surveys put PTI ahead of the PPP, while the PML-N has been placed at the third position.
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— Khaleej Mag (@KhaleejMag) December 7, 2020
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The respondents were asked which political party they would vote for on 15th Nov (the Election Day). In response, 27 percent of Gallup respondents said they would vote for PTI, 24 percent said PPP, and 14 percent said PML-N.
Similarly, 35 percent of Pulse Consultant respondents said they would vote for PTI, 26 percent said PPP, and 14 percent said PML-N. Gallup survey shows there is a gap of only 3 percent between the PTI and PPP as the first choice of voters. In the Pulse survey, this gap is 9 percent. But the trend is the same – PTI is the first choice, PPP second, and PML-N third.