MOST PEOPLE DISSATISFIED WITH BNP’S PERFORMANCE


MOST PEOPLE DISSATISFIED WITH BNP’S PERFORMANCE 

ISSUU   National Opinion Poll by DhakaTribune2Tribune Report

51.8% respondents said they were either just dissatisfied or highly dissatisfied with the BNP’s performance

The BNP has failed to project itself as an alternative to its arch rival Awami League over the last one year since the January 5 parliamentary elections.

According to a Dhaka Tribune opinion poll, a clear majority of 62.2% rated the overall performance of the BNP-led alliance as either very unsuccessful or unsuccessful.

The BNP’s performance rating suffered compared to what it was in another Dhaka Tribune opinion poll six months ago; in that poll, 51.8% respondents said they were either just dissatisfied or highly dissatisfied with the BNP’s performance.

The latest poll, conducted during December 28-31 on a total of 600 randomly selected adult mobile phone users of the country, set several parameters on the basis of which to measure how the BNP had performed.

When asked whether the BNP has been successful in “highlighting better future outline for the people,” 70% respondents replied in the negative.

A similar percentage of the respondents said the BNP has failed to present itself “as a better alternative of the current government.”

Nearly 61% respondents said the BNP has been either unsuccessful or very unsuccessful “in questioning the legitimacy of the government.”

Over 61% said the BNP has failed to highlight “the problems of common people.”

Overall, 50.2% of the respondents said the BNP was unsuccessful over the last one year and 12% said very unsuccessful.

Nevertheless, in terms of popular vote, BNP trailed Awami League by only 34% to 41%, and among the 18-24 demographic, significantly out-polled the Awami League by 48% to 34%.

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JANUARY 12, 2015

DHAKATRIBUNE

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