87 percent Pakistanis against ‘religious’ suicide attacks : Poll

WASHINGTON - Majority of Pakistanis are against the suicide attacks being carried out in the country by banned terror outfits in the name of religion, a poll has revealed.

According to a poll conducted by Washington’s Pure Research Centre, 87 percent Pakistanis did not support the suicide attacks.

The percentage marks a major change in the view of Pakistani people since 2004 when only 41 percent people were against the attacks, The News reports.

The survey also revealed that 69 percent people considered India as the prime threat to the country, while 57 believed that it was the Taliban which possess real threat to Pakistan.

Majority of people (57 percent) did not support US’ subversive acts in the region, while four percent believed that Washington supports New Delhi in Kashmir dispute.