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This is second study of series of researches on political barometer, conducted two weeks before general election 2013. This study focused on the rise and fall in popularity of political parties across the four provinces of Pakistan. The study compared and analyzed voter preferences and the popularity of political parties in 2008 and 2013. The analysis took into account provincial, regional, rural, urban, gender, and age specific preferences. From 2008 to 2013 General Elections, a clear and substantial change in the country’s political scene was visible in statistics. The study was conducted from respondents including 56% from Punjab, 23% from Sindh, 5% from Balochistan, and 16% from KP. Registered voters in each province were divided into rural and urban populations, i.e. to 67% and 33% respectively.

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Publication Link Political Barometer - Voters’ Preferences and Political Parties’ Popularity Across Pakistan (Phase 2) - (2nd Edition)