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Majority of Pakistanis favor sending troops for Saudi help.


According to a survey carried out by Institute for Public Opinion Research (IPOR). “47% of the respondents said Pakistan should send its military troops to Saudi Arabia to help in crises of Yemen”

A National representative  sample of men and women across Pakistan was asked” Should Pakistan send its military troops to Yemen to help out Saudi Arabia” 47% of the respondent said “Yes”, 29% said “No” rest  of the 24% percentage didn’t answer this question.

Most of the support to send the troops comes from province of Sindh where 53% of the respondents favored it, whereas a sizeable 31% respondents of Punjab were totally against sending the troops to Saudi Arabia.


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