Nawaz’s popularity among voters has soared to 32 percent while Imran continues to slide down

Lahore: LAHORE: PML-N’s popularity among voters has soared to 32 percent while PTI continues to slide, reports Dispatch News Desk (DND).

In Punjab, PML-N is the most popular party with 49 percent support. The PTI came second while the PPP finished third in the table. Imran Khan  is building up in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa where he rose to 32 from 30 percent.

According to the survey conducted by International Republican Institute (IRI), PML-N is the leading party in Pakistan with 32 percent popularity.

PTI’s popularity dropped to 18 percent from 24 percent but it still holds the second position.

The ruling PPP maintains the third spot with 14 percent popularity among the voters.

Surprisingly, PML-Q, which is considered a key political player, has only two percent popularity.

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