‘95 % Pakistanis angry with their leadership’

Ninety-five percent of Pakistanis are angry with their leadership, with most people blaming the government as a primary or secondary culprit, a new American study has revealed.

Last Updated: Jul 13, 2012, 18:32 PM IST

New York: Ninety-five percent of Pakistanis are angry with their leadership, with most people blaming the government as a primary or secondary culprit, a new American study has revealed.

According to the study, Pakistan figures among countries where people are ``particularly gloomy`` over the way their economy is going, reports The Nation.
At the same time, Pakistan was grouped among nations whose people were hopeful of succeeding with hard work.

"In the wake of four years of economic turmoil around the world and political upheaval in a number of nations, very few people are satisfied with the way things are going in their country," the survey said.
The study revealed that amongst the 21 countries surveyed, only China (82%), Germany (53%) and Egypt (53%), are content with their nation`s direction.

Since 2007, a positive view of the country`s direction has collapsed in Pakistan, it added.

ANI