The Asia Foundation survey for 2019 includes 17,812 men and women 18 years of age and older from throughout Afghanistan.
"Pakistan encourages all parties to the conflict to engage constructively as a shared responsibility," says FO.
Zalmay Khalilzad arrived in Kabul to meet President Ashraf Ghani, a senior Afghan official says.
Statement comes after US president's lightening visit to Afghanistan.
Before taking the secret flight to Afghanistan, Trump had been expected to spend Thanksgiving in Florida.
This is Trump's first visit to Afghanistan since becoming president.
"You know we’re pulling way down in Afghanistan. We’re working on an agreement now with the Taliban," says Trump.
Taliban freed US and Australian hostages in a prisoner swap: Afghan officials.
Rula Ghani also emphasises the need to negotiate a durable peace accord.
Washington believes that "a reduction in violence is necessary to bring about a lasting peace," says statement.
SIGAR report also reviews efforts to revive the Afghan peace process, which seeks to end the 18-year-old war.
“Our suggestion is for a one-month ceasefire, followed by negotiations,” says National Security Advisor Hamdullah Mohib.
The Taliban last week said that China invited a delegation to talks in Beijing.
Khalilzad is in Islamabad for the second time in a month.
It is hoped the quadrilateral process is carried forward so that talks between the US and Taliban resume.
Spokesperson of Afghan president's office says Khalilzad informed Ghani of his "recent activities".
The Taliban leaders refuse to talk to Ghani's government, denouncing it as a US puppet.
Says the US, regional countries want a political settlement of the Afghan conflict.
Diplomats from US, Pakistan, China and Russia hold talks on Afghan peace in Moscow.
Pakistan had participated in an earlier round of the meeting held in Beijing in July.
Last month a Taliban delegation visited Beijing for talks with government officials.
Before departing on his latest peace offensive, Khalilzad consulted senior US military leaders in Washington.
The congressional visit coincides with one by US Defence Secretary Mark Esper.
The aim is to still get a peace agreement at some point, a political agreement. That's the best way forward: Mark Esper.
The deal, which had been in its final stages before being called off, included no immediate, comprehensive ceasefire.
Pakistan should avoid giving the impression that it can deliver the Taliban to the negotiating table.
Diplomatic sources in Washington say Pakistan is playing a key role in these talks that aim to end the Afghan war.
Editorial: Afghan Taliban must cut off links with militant groups if they seek legitimate political status
The Taliban must reconsider their approach to sheltering foreign militants.
Afghan Taliban officials say they have released three Indian engineers.
Apparently, the Taliban have not yet worked out a post-peace deal strategy.