KARACHI: A recent Gallup survey found that the Pakistan Army is the most trusted institution in the country, with an approval rating of 88%.
A recent Gallup survey, titled “National Public Opinion Poll Report,” gathered responses from 3,500 participants representing all four provinces of Pakistan. The survey found that the public has strong views on various institutions and political figures, and that Pakistan faces a number of challenges, including inflation, poverty, unemployment, and concerns about the efficacy of democracy.
A recent Gallup survey found that the Pakistani public has mixed views on various institutions. The media and the courts received an approval rating of 56%, while the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) received an approval rating of 42%. The police received an approval rating of 54%, while politicians received the lowest rating on the list, with only 39% of respondents approving of their performance.
The survey also found that public approval of the army varied by region. Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) had the highest approval rating for the army, at 91%, followed closely by Punjab at 90%.
Sindh had an approval rating of 88% for the army, while Balochistan had the lowest approval rating at 66%.