Islamabad, Oct. 5 (ANI): Fifty-one percent or one out of two Pakistanis think that President Asif Ali Zardari is a popular politician, while 47 percent oppose it, a new survey has revealed.
Zardari's visit to the US was favoured by only 33 per cent of the respondents and opposed by 60 per cent, according to the Democracy International and Public Poll International survey.
The survey's third question was about Zardari's address to the UN, The News reports.
The poll showed that 64 per cent favoured it while 33 per cent went against his address.
The fourth question was about the Friends of Democratic Pakistan and it was revealed that 58 per cent supported it, while 40 per cent didn't.
On the Kerry-Lugar Bill, 67 per cent respondents in favoured it, while 28 per cent did not. (ANI)