Poll survey indicates narrow lead for ruling Pak party
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Based on the findings of this survey, the PPP and its allies might secure 38 per cent of the vote.
The anti-PPP alliance could secure 30 per cent.
Along with the Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf, this alliance could give the PPP a difficult time in parliament.
The survey clearly indicated that no single party currently stands to sweep the upcoming polls.
It also appears that the PPP will have to retain its current allies to maintain political clout.
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