COVID crisis biggest failure of Modi 2.0: Survey
A survey conducted across India showed that voters were dissatisfied with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s handling of COVID-19 crisis
A survey conducted across India showed that voters were dissatisfied with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis. This is the first time in seven years that the survey showed a dip in approval ratings for the Modi government.
As per ABP-C Voter Modi 2.0 Report Card, the biggest failure is handling of the Corona crisis with 41.1 percent of respondents saying so. The fieldwork was done between January 1 and May 28, and the sample size was 1.39 lakh with the samples spread across 543 Lok Sabha seats
another shock to Modil-led Centre government, more than half or 52.3 percent said that government help did not reach them during the lockdown. Besides, Voters are also unhappy with the poll campaign during the second wave of the pandemic. 60.8 per cent voters think that the Assembly polls in five states/UT and panchayat polls in Uttar Pradesh should have been postponed.
To a question on “Do you think it was appropriate for Prime Minister to participate in the poll campaign and address election rallies during the second wave of the pandemic in the country?”, a massive 59.7 percent said as Prime Minister of the country, Modi’s participation in the election campaign was wrong.
India on Thursday reported 1,73,790 new COVID-19 cases as 3,617 more patients succumbed to the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry said.
India’s overall tally of Covid-19 cases now stands at 2,77,29,247 with 22,28,724 active cases and 3,22,512 deaths so far.