Performance of govt institutions improving gradually: Gallup
18 February, 2014
ISLAMABAD: Performance of the government and various institutions of the state have been improving gradually, said a survey report conducted by Gallup Pakistan affiliated with Gallup International, the World Leaders in Marketing Research and Consultancy.
According to the survey, 55 percent people said that economy is flourishing, Pakistan India relations and overall foreign policy are improving and there is a proper control on terrorism, corruption and inflation.
As far as armed forces are concerned, 61 percent people showed their confidence in them, 47 percent in the apex court and 36 percent in parliament. Some 34 percent people supported NGOs, 43 percent media, 51 percent educational institutions and 53 percent religious leaders of various sects.
In politicians, Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif waas highly ranked by 45 percent people as compared to 28 percent PTI chief Imran Khan and 24 percent former President Asif Ali Zardari.
Calculating the ratings of chief ministers of the four provinces keeping in view their performance, the Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif is on the top in good governance and the rest of three chief ministers ratings are in minus.Regarding Shahbaz, 45 percent people in his province and 26 percent across the country are completely satisfied with his government performance.