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4 in 5 Pakistanis say that energy shortage is a threat to Pakistan’s security over the next ten years, followed by 76% who say homegrown terrorist attacks.

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According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup & Gilani Pakistan, 4 in 5 Pakistanis say that energy shortage is a threat to Pakistan’s security over the next ten years, followed by 76% who say homegrown terrorist attacks.

A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces was asked, “Now think about possible threats to Pakistan’s security over the next ten years, please say whether you regard each of the following as a threat to Pakistan?” In response to this question, 80% said energy shortage is a threat to Pakistan’s security over the next ten years, 71% said water shortage, 69% said environmental issues like climatic change, 71% said food shortage, 67% said war with India, 76% said homegrown terrorist attacks within Pakistan, 64% said Balochistan insurgency within Pakistan, 74% said foreign-sponsored Jihadist terrorist attacks within Pakistan and 65% said nuclear weapons held by other countries.

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