Ashraf Ghani

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has lost popularity among the Afghan people by almost 50 percent, according to a latest poll result.

The poll conducted by Tolo News in cooperation with the ART research institute shows that only 27.5 percent of the Afghans are satisfied with the performance of President, while 32 percent others have said they are not satisfied.

In the meantie, 30.4 percent others have said they are somehow satisfied with the performance of President Ghani.

The latest poll result as compared with the initial poll conducted when President Ghani took office, shows a reduction by almost 50 percent.

The survey was conducted with an aim to find out regarding the views of Afghan people regarding the first 100 days of the Government of National Unity.

The poll was conducted in different regions of the country including the capital and northern, eastern, western and southern parts of the country.

In the meantime, majority of the poll participants in northern and eastern parts of the country have shown satisfaction with President Ghani’s performance, where 40.8 percent in north and 34.1 percent in the east have said that the President’s performance is satisfactory.

Residents of capital Kabul and central provinces have said they are not satisfied with President Ghani’s performance, where 40.9 percent of Kabul residents and 40.5 percent of central provinces residents have said they are not satisfied with President Ghani’s performance.

Regarding the governance and cooperation between President Ghani and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, 32.5 percent of the poll participants have said they are hopeful of cooperation between the two leaders while 20.3 percent others have said they are not.

Around 2,448 people were questioned in 34 provinces during the survey which was conducted between 27 December 2014 to 3 January 2015.

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