May 10

PTI and Imran Khan to win Election 2013, at least social media users think so

Pakistan election 2013As Election campaigns ends in Pakistan last night, trend has shown that Pakistanis, at least on social media, are inclined towards Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf, the party of injured Imran Khan.

Though variable factors make impact on online polls, but they at least show trends on social media, which usually reflects in the real life.

Political parties had run electrifying campaigns across the country with PTI, Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN), Jamaat e Islami (JI) Pakistan, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and others held the most number of processions and rallies.

Now after the end of campaign, everyone is eyeing on polling day and subsequent results.

The News Tribe has asked its readers about who is going with Pakistan Election 2013 and majority of the audience, both inside and outside the country, says that PTI will win the elections. As many as 4,397 people voted in the poll in total.

1. PTI tops

As many as 2,340 people voted in favour of Khan’s party, which contributes 53 percent of the total number of votes.

2. PMLN gets second position

The second largest party in the polls is Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz. It gets 619 votes.

3. MQM on third position

Having strong base in Karachi, MQM ranked on third position by voters. About 13 percent people think MQM could win elections.

4. JI’s fourth position

As many as 304 voters, or 7 percent of people, think that JI could win the next elections.

5. Pakistan Peoples Party gets fifth place

With 6 percent people think PPP could be victorious again, 255 votes were caste in favour of the party.

6. Coalition Government is expected

About 4 percent people think that no single party is going to get the majority, so a coalition government is expected in the country.

Other parties are as follow

7. Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (1%, 41 Votes)

8. Pakistan Muslim League Quaid-e-Azam (1%, 30 Votes)

9. Muttahida Deeni Mahaz (1%, 26 Votes)

10. Awami National Party (1%, 26 Votes)

11 Nationalists Parties (1%, 23 Votes)

12. Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (0%, 13 Votes)