21 October, 2020

53% See India As Enemy

But there are more Pakistanis now than before who are willing to accept the conversion of the LoC into an international border—as a solution to the Kashmir problem

53% See India As Enemy

Pakistan: 53% See India As Enemy
The relationship between India and Pakistan constantly waxes and wanes, now raising hopes of an enduring peace and then promptly dashing it. It was in August 2003 that Outlook first commissioned an opinion poll in Pakistan. Soon thereafter, in January 2004, India and Pakistan initiated the peace process. Now cracks appear anew. Has all this changed attitudes in Pakistan about India? Outlook commissioned Gallup Pakistan, an affiliate of Gallup International, to conduct an opinion poll in 13 cities there. As expected, attitudes towards India have remained more or less as they were in 2003, except on one significant count: there are more Pakistanis now than before who are willing...



To read this piece, and more such stories in India's most exciting and exacting magazine, plus get access to our 25-year archives goldmine, please subscribe.

In this article:

Latest Magazine

October 26, 2020

other articles from the issue

articles from the previous issue

Other magazine section