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BNP spokesperson Asaduzzaman Ripon dubbed the findings ‘misleading’ on Saturday.

BNP questions IRI survey

The BNP has trashed a survey by US-based International Republican Institute (IRI) that showed the ruling Awami League is gaining the people’s trust, saying it did not show the true picture. Most participants of the survey, conducted by Nielson-Bangladesh, said they felt the country was heading in the right direction.  BNP spokesperson Asaduzzaman Ripon dubbed the findings ‘misleading’ on Saturday.

“On one hand, they say the people want a caretaker government to supervise the polls and most people said they want a swift election,” he said. “But on the other hand, they say the government’s popularity is rising.  “This proves the survey is contradictory.”  The survey, conducted in May and June this year, was published on Wednesday.

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