Majority of Pakistani businessmen think country heading in the wrong direction – Research Snipers

Majority of Pakistani businessmen think country heading in the wrong direction

According to the stats of a recent survey by the analytical and advisory firm Gallup, nearly 60 per cent of the business community of Pakistan thinks that under the leadership of PTI’s government, the country is heading in the wrong direction.

A survey of 433 businessmen belonging to the different parts of the country has been conducted by the Gallup Pakistan. In the survey, the majority of the businessmen have said that the country is not heading in the right direction.

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According to the details, the findings are based on a survey in which the businessmen of the country chosen for the survey were asked whether they felt the country was heading in the right direction. According to the details, 60 per cent of them said no, while 37 per cent said yes, and 3 per cent of them didn’t respond.

49 per cent of the participants of the survey said that the deteriorating economy of Pakistan was their most pressing concern, as it was directly affecting their business across Pakistan.

On the other hand, the others felt that the uncooperative steps taken by the government were having a major impact on their business, while the small group of the businessmen was of the opinion that the unavailability of trustworthy workers was a problem as well.

1 thought on “Majority of Pakistani businessmen think country heading in the wrong direction

  1. it naturally struck those 49%, they do illegal sales with 0 consensus on Pakistan economy. now FBR grab them from the neck, they all bound to be declare actual sale and purchase and her sources of wealth.
    irony the economic indicators shows positive response as well as our KSE.

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