Perceptions of Selected Social Sectors towards Constantly Changing Democratic and Military Regimes in Pakistan
The study is about the perceptions of selected social sectors towards the support of democratic and military regimes in Pakistan. The study was carried out through a survey among 384 respondents from three districts of Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, namely Swat, Dir Lower and Malakand. Stratified random sampling has been utilized to select samples from the population while a structured questionnaire was designed to collect information from the respondents. The information has been analyzed in tabular form including frequencies and percentages. Findings show that perceptions towards the constant changes in regimes and governments has been observed and analyzed differently by different social sectors. For instance, some portion of population is in support of military regimes whereas some favors the civil governments.