Pew Survey says Modi is 'the' leader, favours Army against terror
According to survey, Indians are positive about Modi’s handling of various challenges that are faced by the nation. About two-thirds of the Indian public is satisfied with the progress of the country and almost eight-in-ten think the economy is doing well
New Delhi: A US based organisation, in an independent survey, has adjudged Narendra Modi as the most-favoured leader for the post of Prime Minister and majority voted in the favour of Army action to combat terrorism.
In the survey, Modi emerged as a tall leader with support of a whopping 81 per cent of the population.The popularity of Modi, though, has seen marginal decline of six per cent from the last year but still the survey has projected that the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a positive impact on Indians.
The survey, done by Pew Research Centre, must have come as a solace for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party at the Centre which is going through rather tough time after terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir in which 18 soldiers were killed.
According to survey, Indians are positive about Modi’s handling of various challenges that are faced by the nation. About two-thirds of the Indian public is satisfied with the progress of the country and almost eight-in-ten think the economy is doing well.
What else the survey shows:
- The leadership of PM is popular in acceptable to most of the Indian population at teh moment.
- 56 per cent people said that the current government thinks about the nation and its people.
- 49 percent of the Indians said that Modi has a leadership quality and knows how to lead a team of ministers.
- Almost 51 per cent of the residents believed that Modi does what he says.
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What Indians think on terror activities in present government:
- According to the Pew survey report, more than 62 per cent of the masses think that Terrorism can come to an end only with the help of Army, while a percentage of 63 percent Indians said that the budget of Indian Defence Forces need to be increased.
- While 52 per cent Indians believe that ISIS is a major threat to India, more than 54 per cent of the Indian residents aid that communalism is the major cause of terrorism in the country.
Survey may upset Congress:
The Survey may bring disappointment to the Congress. The party, out of 100, has got 35 points in fighting corruption, 28 in eradicating poverty and 27 points for working for the benefits of weaker sections of the society.