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2013 Elections Exit Poll: On the eve of the Election Day, majority voters (84%) from all across the country perceived that the polling staff was impartial on the Election Day.

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Introduction to the series on Gallup Pakistan Electoral Repository:

This press release is part of a special press release that aims to provide the readers interesting findings from Gallup Pakistan’s electoral database. Empirical analysis of elections in Pakistan is quite restricted and the Gallup Pakistan Exit Poll, on which this press release is based, is the only Exit Poll in the country providing a window into the minds of Voters on issues like who voted for whom and why? The Gallup Pakistan Electoral Repository program aims to fill this void of dearth of data in anticipation of the 11th General Elections in the country. The press releases, as part of this programme, are geared towards academics and policy makers as well as voters for the next general and provincial elections. For more information on the programme please contact Gallup Pakistan (isb@gallup.com.pk).

Abstract:

This particular press release provides an overview of the perception on impartially of the polling staff amongst the voters in the previous election of 2013. The findings are based on interviews conducted with 4,636 men and women voters in over 200 polling station booths, spread out in all four provinces and over 75 districts of the country. The voters were randomly selected for interviews as they stepped out of polling stations after casting their vote between 9 am to 6pm on May, 11. The data is representative of over 45 million voters who voted in Pakistan’s National Election 2013.

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