It would be a mistake to confuse this with generalized sympathy for the man. What is clear, however, is a consensus of distrust towards the American version of reality, and a majority who oppose U.S. policies in the region.
If Pakistan admits that it helped U.S. forces kill bin Laden it fears a backlash from the different militant organizations within its boundaries, and if it denies any such cooperation then it will be labeled a supporter of al Qaeda.
Whether Pakistan had known about bin Laden's whereabouts remains a question. But the fact that we are even asking should help clarify one issue: Pakistan is an unreliable client state whose core national interest doesn't correspond to U.S. interests.