66 percent of the country’s citizens have expressed support for the PM Aitrai

66 percent of the country’s citizens have expressed support for Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. As well as 64 percent of the population supported the Awami League-led government. The information was published in the research report at the International Research Organisation Center for Insight & Shrver. The findings were cited in a survey conducted by the Washingtonvittic International Republic Institute (AITRAI). The survey was conducted between April 10 and May 21 this year. The information was published on August 30 in a research report by the International Research Organisation Center for Insight & Survey. The report said that 66 percent of the country’s support for the current government as well as 64 percent of the citizens have expressed positive support for the Awami League. The study also said the current Government has taken effective measures to ensure public safety.
And in the public security of the country, 68 people were satisfied. In addition, people’s satisfaction with government services, democracy, and development in the country has seen a significant increase. The figures run from April 10 to May 21 in the current year. The total population of the country is selected in a few stages (multi-stage stratified probability sample) and information is collected directly or at home (in Parsan/in Home) by phone.
For the study, Storgulo was divided into the country’s departments and districts as well as villages and cities. The study collected data from five thousand people, who are aged 18 or over and have the right to vote in the upcoming elections.
International desk, Tuesday, 04 September, H B News

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66 percent of the country’s citizens have expressed support for the PM Aitrai

66 percent of the country’s citizens have expressed support for Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. As well as 64 percent of the population supported the Awami League-led government. The information was published in the research report at the International Research Organisation Center for Insight & Shrver. The findings were cited in a survey conducted by the Washingtonvittic International Republic Institute (AITRAI). The survey was conducted between April 10 and May 21 this year. The information was published on August 30 in a research report by the International Research Organisation Center for Insight & Survey. The report said that 66 percent of the country’s support for the current government as well as 64 percent of the citizens have expressed positive support for the Awami League. The study also said the current Government has taken effective measures to ensure public safety.
And in the public security of the country, 68 people were satisfied. In addition, people’s satisfaction with government services, democracy, and development in the country has seen a significant increase. The figures run from April 10 to May 21 in the current year. The total population of the country is selected in a few stages (multi-stage stratified probability sample) and information is collected directly or at home (in Parsan/in Home) by phone.
For the study, Storgulo was divided into the country’s departments and districts as well as villages and cities. The study collected data from five thousand people, who are aged 18 or over and have the right to vote in the upcoming elections.
International desk, Tuesday, 04 September, H B News

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