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More than two third Pakistanis (68%) opine that direct democracy is a good way of governing the country, followed by 62% who support representative democracy, 45% say rule by a strong leader and 43% support rule by experts. 2 in 5 Pakistanis (41%) consider military rule as a good way to govern the country.

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According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup & Gilani Pakistan, more than two third Pakistanis (68%) opine that direct democracy is a good way of governing the country, followed by 62% who support representative democracy, 45% say rule by a strong leader and 43% support rule by experts. 2 in 5 Pakistanis (41%) consider military rule as a good way to govern the country.

A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces was asked, “For each one, would it be a good or bad way of governing this country?” In response to this question, 68% said direct democracy is a good way of governing this country and 29% said is a bad way of governing this country. 3% did not respond. 62% said representative democracy is a good way of governing this country and 34% said is a bad way of governing this country. 4% did not respond. 45% said rule by strong leader is a good way of governing this country and 45% said is a bad way of governing this country. 10% did not respond. 43% said rule by experts is a good way of governing this country and 47% said is a bad way of governing this country. 10% did not respond. 41% said rule by military is a good way of governing this country and 51% said is a bad way of governing this country. 8% did not respond.

 

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