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Majority Satisfied with PM Modi’s Government:Survey

Dailyhunt, India’s leading platform for discovering local language content, has released the results of its extensive “Trust of the Nation 2024” survey. Conducted online through Dailyhunt in 11 languages, including English, Hindi, and regional languages, the survey received responses from over 7.7 million participants spanning diverse demographics. The survey aims to provide valuable insights into public sentiment ahead of the 2024 general elections, particularly focusing on perceptions of the incumbent government’s performance under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership. Notably, 61% of respondents expressed satisfaction with the current administration, while 63% believe that the BJP/NDA alliance will emerge victorious in the upcoming elections.

Regarding sentiments toward the 2024 elections, the survey found that 64% of respondents favor Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s continuation in office, with only 21.8% supporting Rahul Gandhi. Furthermore, nearly two-thirds (63%) believe that the BJP/NDA alliance will win the upcoming elections. In Delhi, PM Modi leads with 57.7% of the vote, followed by Rahul Gandhi with 24.2%, and Yogi Adityanath with 13.7%.

In Uttar Pradesh, PM Modi is overwhelmingly favored, receiving 78.2% of the vote compared to Rahul Gandhi’s 10%. Similarly, in West Bengal, PM Modi leads with 62.6% of the vote, while Rahul Gandhi follows with 19.6%, and Mamata Banerjee trails with 14.8%.

However, the sentiment in southern states is more varied. In Tamil Nadu, Rahul Gandhi leads with 44.1% support, closely followed by PM Narendra Modi with 43.2%. Kerala presents a close contest, with PM Modi garnering 40.8% and Rahul Gandhi trailing closely at 40.5%. In Telangana, PM Modi received 60.1% of the vote, with Rahul Gandhi at 26.5%, and N. Chandrababu Naidu at 6.6%. In Andhra Pradesh, PM Modi received 71.8% of the vote, with Rahul Gandhi at 17.9%, and N. Chandrababu Naidu at 7.4%.


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