ISLAMABAD (APP): About 46 percent people will vote for Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in next general elections as compared to 16 percent for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
A survey conducted by Professor Ali Cheema of Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) revealed a wide gap between the choices of voters in favour of PML-N and PTI .
The survey was conducted in Lahore's three constituencies of National Assembly including NA-121, 122 and 124.
Professor Cheema, who holds a Ph.D in Economics from Cambridge University, commenting on his survey said the independent research was a 'snapshot of the choices of voters'.
He mentioned that he had an experience of working on the subject ofpolitical economy for last 15 years.
He said the random survey included in-house research with random age group sampling so as to ensure normal distribution of input data in order to capture the average picture.
According to survey, 32 percent voters think that their economic conditions have improved as compared to previous year, whereas 57 percent consider it the same.
The survey said 60 percent people believe that present government was taking the country on road to progress.
According to the survey, 42 percent voters believed that Nawaz Sharif was the most honest leader, whereas 26 percent voters termed Imran Khan as the honest leader.