Lums Survey Of Sharif Family Members Shows High Approval Ratings For Pml(N)
LAHORE – A recent survey conducted by the Centre for Relation Management with the Government (CRMG) over at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) showed very high approval ratings for the ruling PML(N).
The sample set of the survey was spread out over most branches of the Sharif family and it was conducted over the course of several minutes, which included a tea break and pleasant chit-chat.
“This is basically a follow-up of a previous such survey, which was conducted in three constituencies of Lahore, NA-121, NA-122 and NA-124, all of whom voted for the PML(N) in the last elections and are generally considered to be N League country,” said Dr Rafiq Bhatti, Executive Director of the CRMG.
“The results of that survey were so successful, that we decided to improve on them,” he continued. “We needed to ask people who said they were voting for PML(N) in 2018 about whom they would be voting for in 2018.”
“It is heartening to know that the people of Pakistan appreciate and respect the hardwork that this government is putting in,” said Punjab chief minister Shehbaz Sharif. “That even in these heartless times, they remember that nothing is more important than family.”