ISLAMABAD- According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup Pakistan, 32% Pakistanis believe that the Saudi King’s performance has been very good in the last year; 38% rate the Indian Prime Minister’s performance as very bad.

 

A nationally representative sample of adult men and women, from across the four provinces was asked, “What is your opinion about the performance of international leaders in the last year?” Responding to this question, 4% respondents rated Barack Obama’s (American President) performance as very good, 12% rated it as good, 19% believed it was adequate, 19% believed it was bad, 35% thought it was very bad and 11% did nor respond.

Regarding King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz (Saudi King), 32% rated his performance as very good, 29% rated it as good, 20% believed it was adequate, 7% believed it was bad, 3% thought it was very bad and 9% did not respond.

About Hassan Rouhani (Iranian President), 13% rated his performance as very good, 32% rated it as good, 27% believed it was adequate, 10% believed it was bad, 5% thought it was very bad and 13% did not respond.

Regarding Hamid Karzai (Afghanistan President), 4% rated his performance as

very good, 11% rated it as good, 22% believed it was adequate, 28% believed it was bad, 22% thought it was very bad and 13% did not respond.

Regarding Narendra Modi (Indian Prime Minister), 2% rated his performance as very good, 10% rated it as good, 18% believed it was adequate, 20% believed it was bad, 38% thought it was very bad and 12% did not respond.

Regarding Li Keqiang (Chinese Prime Minister), 21% rated his performance as very good, 27% rated it as good, 25% believed it was adequate, 8% believed it was bad, 6% thought it was very bad and 13% did not respond.