Despite repeated attempts by the Opposition to defame and destabilise the Narendra Modi-led BJP government, a survey conducted by Centre for Media Studies claimed that 70 percent still want PM Modi to return to power after completing the first five years of his tenure.
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The survey said people want Modi to remain as PM till 2024 and 62 per cent people are satisfied with his performance.
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However, there is also a large chunk of people (50 per cent) who believe that there has been no change in the condition of the country ever since PM Modi assumed office.
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A small number of people (15 per cent) are of the view that the situation has further deteriorated in the past two years.
The survey also reported that 43 per cent people think that the benefits of schemes and policies for underprivileged are not reaching to the poor people in Modi’s regime.
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The survey had included around 4,000 respondents across rural and urban areas of 15 states. The assessment took into consideration parameters like media presence, extent of activity on social media uilisation of MPLAD fund and people’s opinion.
Those surveyed liked the performance of Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Railways and Finance.
Best performers in Modi’s team are:
People were unhappy with the performances of:
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