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C-Voter Survey: Modi government gets thumbs up for Demonetisation

Areas including urban and rural sectors and voters of all age groups stated that nearly 87 per cent of respondents felt the move was hurting those with black money. About 85 per cent of the people felt the inconvenience caused by demonetisation was worth the effort of fighting black money

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima DwivediBy Arnima Dwivedi

Published on 23 Nov 2016 4:21 AM GMT

C-Voter Survey: Modi government gets thumbs up for Demonetisation
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New Delhi: The demonetisation move of Modi government has been widely appreciated by people across India. A survey conduct by C-Voter across 252 parliamentary areas including urban and rural sectors and voters of all age groups stated that nearly 87 per cent of respondents felt the move was hurting those with black money. About 85 per cent of the people felt the inconvenience caused by demonetisation was worth the effort of fighting black money.

The survey was conducted on Monday last among as many as 1,212 respondents.

About the Survey:

Implementation of Demonetisation move:

  • 63 per cent felt the implementation was good.
  • 22 per cent felt it was fine.
  • 24 per cent felt it was ok.
  • 7 per cent felt it was poor.
  • 6 per cent felt it was extremely bad.

About 74 per cent of the total respondents,however, were of the opinion that the implementation could have been better.

Who was more hurt by demonetisation, the rich or poor:

  • 44 per cent felt the move was hurting the rich more than the poor.
  • 36 per cent felt it was hurting the poor more.
  • 16 per cent felt it was hurting both alike.

Was Demonetisation a problem for people:

  • 66 per cent felt it was a good step and one that was well implemented.
  • 34 per cent said it was not a problem at all.
  • 13 per cent said it was an unmanageable disaster..

Support for BJP government:

  • 70 per cent respondents felt it would help the BJP in forthcoming polls.
  • 62 per cent felt support for Modi would reduce if the government rolls back the decision under opposition pressure.

Problem for campaign finances:

  • 19 per cent felt it would hurt the Congress finances the most.
  • 10 per cent felt the BJP would be the worst affected.
  • 44 per cent said they were not sure if Demonetisation would really affect the campaign of political parties.

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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