U.S. Reconnaissance Shows the Rise in Popularity Among Iraqis Nuri Al-Maliki
|May 22, 2012||Filled under Iraq Daily News|
An opinion poll conducted by the U.S. National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, the increasing popularity of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, his rival for the declining popularity of the Iraqi leader Iyad Allawi.
The poll, conducted by the organization that works to support and promote democracy around the world, al-Maliki’s popularity has risen to 53%, an increase of 19 points higher than in October 2011.
The survey identified this group as the pro segment of citizens in the past that showed dissatisfaction with the Maliki government before, and was supporting the leader of the Sadrist movement explicitly.
The increased popularity of al-Maliki in Baghdad and the south by 12%, while in the West rose by 11%, and in the north by 1%, while Allawi’s popularity has fallen to 32% similar to the President of parliament, leader of the Iraqi List, Osama al.
It should be noted that this survey included two thousand Iraqi citizens were questioned face to face, and conducted by the American Institute between the second and twenty-second of April.
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