Sixty per cent voters have decided which political party to go for
Lucknow: Although Assembly election in Uttar Pradesh is only four days away, forty per cent of voters are still undecided. The rest of electors have made up their mind, a survey conducted by a non-government organisation revealed.
The surveyor talked to over 2500 young voters aged above 18 across the state. They were asked to choose from four major political players. the SP, the BJP, the BSP and the Congress.
About 40 per cent voters spoken to said they have not yet decided whom they will vote for. The rest were not undecided. Most of them would not like to disclose their preference. Polling will be held in the state in seven phases beginning on February 11.
Twenty-four hour electricity was one of their demands. Many of them also demanded jobs. As many as 87 per cent voters were in favour of solar energy to light their houses as it was environment- friendly.
Voters in some parts of the state which was facing serious water crisis were demanding better drinking water facilities.
According to them, the main issues in this election are development and corruption. Note ban aimed at curbing corruption and black money has been generally liked.