On dialogue with India: 51% believe India will accept Imran Khan’s offer to engage in dialogue, 47% doubt it.

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On dialogue with India: 51% believe India will accept Imran Khan’s offer to engage in dialogue, 47% doubt it.

According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup & Gilani Pakistan on the issue of India-Pakistan relations post Pulwama Attack (full report available at http://gallup.com.pk/pakistani-opinion-remains-calm-and-unprovoked-during-threat-of-war-with-india/), 51% believe India will accept Imran Khan’s offer to engage in dialogue, 47% doubt it.

 A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces was asked, “Prime Minister Imran Khan once again invited India for peace talks. How likely do you think it is that India will accept this offer from Prime Minister Imran Khan?” In response to this question, 13% said it is very likely, 38% said it is somewhat likely, 26% find is less unlikely and 21% find it very unlikely. 2% didn’t know or did not wish to respond.

 

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