On the basis of their performance over the last three years, Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar ranked 1st on the list of all the Chief Ministers.
The Institute of Public Opinion released a new survey report today showing that Sardar Usman Buzdar was voted the best chief minister in Punjab by 45 percent of those polled.
Following Mehmood Khan as the second most popular leader, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah was ranked third, and Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo was ranked fourth according to the poll.
Because of his accomplishments in the areas of education and healthcare, as well as overall development, the Punjab chief minister has risen to the top of the political hierarchy.
On the other hand, the majority of Pakistanis have expressed satisfaction with the government of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s three-year performance.
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Survey About PTI Govt:
Despite his three-year tenure as prime minister, Imran Khan’s popularity has not dipped, according to the results of a Gallup Pakistan poll conducted in the last week of August 2021.
The researchers gathered more than 1,200 responses from both urban and rural areas, and they covered more than 100 districts throughout the country.
People in Balochistan province were pleased with Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government, according to the poll, while 62 percent of those in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were pleased with the PTI government, the poll found.
According to the survey, around 69% of Pakistanis believed the country’s performance in fighting with Covid-19 was good, while approximately 58% believed the country’s performance in foreign affairs was adequate.
In response to another question, nearly 45 percent of Pakistanis stated that the PTI government’s economic policies were beneficial to their country.
According to the results of a poll, the vast majority of Pakistanis believe Imran Khan’s government will be able to complete its five-year term as PM successfully.