عوامی سروے - مسلم لیگ نون مقبولیت ترین جماعت
PPP is gaining points and when election will come close you will see it more rising .
If you are happy or not
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You are gonna all mummy daddy inqalabis cry. Election in summer was already killing them, this might be too much for them
@ Bawa Ji
مسلم لیگ نون کا گراف اس لیے اوپر جا رہا ہے کیونکہ زرداری نے ملک کا بیڑہ غرق کر دیا ہے - بابا نیازی
اسے روز بروز بڑھتی مسلم لیگ کی مقبولیت کا اعتراف سمجھیں؟
اسے مسلم لیگ نوں کی پنجاب حکومت کی کارکردگی کو خراج تحسین سمجھیں؟
اسے حقیقت پسندی اور اگلے انتخابات میں اپنی واضح اور متوقع شکست کا اعتراف سمجھیں؟
اسے اپنی متوقع شکست کا ملبہ زرداری پر ڈالنے کی کوشش سمجھیں؟
اسے انتخابات سے بھاگنے کا جواز سمجھیں؟
@ psychonaut @ عابد رانا
یہ تو عوام کا فیصلہ ہے
اور آنے والے انتخابی نتائیج کی ایک ہلکی سی جھلک
اچھی بات یہ ہے کہ بابا نیازی مسلم لیگ کی بڑھتی ہوئی مقبولیت کا اعتراف کر رہا ہے بے شک وہ اسکا زمہ دار اپنی بجائے زرداری کو ٹھہرا رہا ہے
اسے انتخابات سے بھاگنے کا جواز سمجھیں
انٹرنیٹ پولنگ زندہ باد
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The great Imran Khan has always said that there is 'muk-muka' between PML-N and PPP. This survey proves that. It shows that both PML-N and PPP have gained support at the expense of PTI. This is a tell tale sign of 'muk-muka'. If PML-N had been a real opposition party, its support would have decreased just like PTI's.
I wrote this on another thread:
Gallup Pakistan has nothing to do with Gallup International. They are two different organizations.
Gallup Pakistan has no credibility. It's head Gillani has relations with Sharif bros. You can consider Gallop Pakistan a survey right from Raiwind.
Yes, IRI is credible. We accept that. But we have concerns about why IRI took the services of a PMLN's client in their last survey.
Let's look for the next IRI survey without this problem.
Leagners are so obtuse as to confuse IRI with Gallup Pakistan.
Zardari is engaged in corruption, and showing a grave incompetence just so that PMLN can do better. I smell a rat; there is definitely a 'muk-maka' between PMLN and PPP.
ppp ratings improved.. lolz?
can a sane brain explain???
only one explanation home made survey...
Important Announcement !!!
Jang Media Group, Geo TV Network, PILDAT, Gallop Pakistan and IRI... All of these organizations/companies have sold their souls to PML-N.
Any type of increasing trend in the popularity of PML-N or any other party except PTI & The Great IK is a conspiracy, Pre-Poll Rigging and part of a great game having an ultimate objective of depriving the one & only democratic political party of Pakistan i.e. PTI of a clean sweep in the forthcoming elections which in fact is the Birth Right (Birth means Re-incarnation by the Greater Pasha on October 30th, 2011) of the GREAT IK !!!
After the next elections,
Pakistan would emerge as the Greatest Welfare State at the Globe.
Insha Allah---Insha Allah
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No smoke screen will work. We don't talk without backing.
First of all, Gallup Pakistan is a local organization and has nothing to do with Gallup International.
Do you know who leads Gallup?
As for IRI, yes it is an international reputable organization, but for its last survey, it hired an organization which provides professional services to Noon-League. This objection is only valid.
No matter how much smoke screen you PMLN tries to raise, the ground reality won't change. And you will see that on 23rd March.
ou really underestimate Sharifs if you think they won't try to whatever they could. They have stashed billions - legal and illegal - home and abroad. In their tenures, they politicized institutions. They turn police into state thugs. They have attacked judiciary physically in their tenure. They have used NAB for their sinister purposes.
Let me sum it - PMLN is not a political party. It was launched in politics as a front of agencies (no established in SC). It has had absolutely no ideology. Thus you would be naive if you don't know the depths it can stoop to for power.
start with coming up with excusues about 23 march jalsa...
Pasha rant is out dated now...
Now, as for PML-N, it must not be confused with the IJI in 1988 and 1990.
As for the 23 March jalsa, if you compare the size of the venue to the size of Lahore, and announce the jalsa a one months notice, then it is conceivable that it will be a large gathering especially if people from outside Lahore are invited as well just like on 30 October 2011.