Thursday, October 25, 2012

India today opinion poll 2012

Greater than half of the Gujaratis are so satisfied with their Chief Minister Narendra Modi's present on the helm that they see him as India's future prime minister.

Right this moment and ORG conducted an opinion ballot in Gujarat because the state goes to polling on December 13 and 17. The respondents had been requested who among Modi, Congress normal secretary Rahul Gandhi and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was their first choice as the following prime minister.
An amazing 56 per cent individuals voted for Modi, while the Gandhi scion polled 35 per cent votes. The Janata Dal-United leader and strong critic of Modi might handle just 2 per cent votes.

Kumar's insignificance in Gujarat
reflected again in reply to a question on Modi's largest enemy. Half of the sampled voters thought it was the Congress, whereas 18 per cent felt that it was his own occasion and the JD-U leader was named by 14 per cent Gujaratis.

asked about individuals's desire for the prime ministership within the BJP, Modi again emerged as the most popular selection polling 56 per cent votes. Leader of Opposition within the Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj finished a distant second with 9 per cent votes, whereas Chief of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley and BJP president Nitin Gadkari might handle just three per cent votes each.

Three-fourth of the voters (60 per cent) maintained that Gujarat's prospects would brighten if Modi
turns into prime minister in distinction to 25 per cent who have been afraid that it would suffer.

asked which goes to be an important concern in the coming assembly election, improvement emerged as a very powerful, as 37 per cent of the sampled voters mentioned it, followed by price rise (28 per cent) and corruption (18 per cent).
Greater than -third of the respondents (sixty seven per cent) had been of the view that industrialisation in Gujarat has created jobs as opposed to 18 per cent who felt otherwise.

In response to which trait of Modi was his
best weak spot, 30 per cent perceived vanity as his largest weakness whereas 18 per cent considered his intolerance for the same.
At the identical time, Modi's integrity got here out as his best energy as 32 per cent of the sampled voters stated that his not being corrupt was his greatest energy the place as 26 per cent considered his organised management as his finest trait. A sizeable 25 per cent felt that his charisma (man of ideas) was his USP.
Development was once more on the high when the respondents have been requested about Modi's greatest achievement as forty three per cent talked about it in their response. It was followed by 15 per cent who felt improved power provide and 14 per cent for creation of employment alternatives during the current tenure as the other key reasons.

On the
question of 2002 Gujarat riots, fifty eight per cent of the voters held Modi not responsible for it as against 28 per cent people who perceived him as guilty.
Among Congress leaders, former chief minister Shankarsinh Vaghela emerged as individuals's top choice with 34 per cent votes, followed by Shakti Singh Gohil and Arjun Modwadia with sixteen per cent of vote share each.

The survey
steered that Modi was still going through a strong opposition from Muslim voters as sixty one per cent of them did not intend to vote for him. Nevertheless, fifty four per cent of the Muslim voters believed that Modi has been truthful to their neighborhood in opposition to 26 per cent who maintained he was not.
Within the wake of the launch of former BJP leader Keshubhai Patel's Gujarat Parivartan Occasion (GPP), the survey tried to search out out if he would polarise Patel group votes in his favour. Nevertheless, Modi again emerged a well-liked chief with a whopping 72 per cent Patel voters supposed to vote for him. Solely 25 per cent said they would
oppose him.

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