About this survey

Details of how Gallup Pakistan carried out the public opinion survey.

    An exclusive Al Jazeera survey of public opinion in Pakistan has revealed widespread disenchantment with the United States for interfering with what most people consider internal Pakistani affairs.

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    Gallup Pakistan, an affiliate of the Gallup International polling group, carried out the survey.

    The field work was done among more than 2,500 men and women across the rural and urban areas of all four provinces of Pakistan on July 26 and 27 this year. The field work was done face to face. The margin of error is + 2-3 per cent at 95 per cent confidence level.

    Sample Size:  

    2662

    Scope of the Sample:

    Rural and Urban areas of all four provinces of Pakistan 

    Multi-stage area probability sampling. Aggregate figures are weighted by the census distribution of the rural and urban areas of the four provinces. The error margin for a sample of this size is + 2-3% at 95% confidence level.

    Sample Profile:  Distribution is given in the table below

    Mode of Interview:  Face to Face

    Survey Dates:  July 26-27, 2009

    Profile of Respondents:

    Given below are the weighted shares of various segments of the sample.

     

    Un-weighted counts

    Share in the weighted sample

    Provincial Breakdown
    (Share in the weighted sample)

     

     

    Punjab

    1390

    58%

    Sindh

    853

    24%

    NWFP

    232

    14%

    Balochistan

    187

    5%

    Age Breakdown
    (Share in the weighted sample)

     

     

    Under 30

    1109

    39%

    30 - 50

    1357

    53%

    51+

    196

    8%

    Gender Breakdown

     

     

    Men

    1392

    52%

    Women

    1270

    48%

    About Gallup Pakistan

    Gallup Pakistan has been in operation for nearly 30 years. Affiliated with Gallup International, it is one of Pakistan's leading opinion research institutions.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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