Most Indians believe Modi has handled Covid-19 crisis well and the completion of Ram Mandir leads Modi to remain as next PM.
A top news portal has recently surveyed the next Indian general elections likely to be held before May in 2024.According to the survey, nearly 67% of Indians think Narendra Modi is likely to remain as PM.The opposition leader Rahul Gandhi stood at second place with 7% voting followed by Sonia Gandhi with 5%.
Further, a nearly 78 % think Modi has handled the Covid-19 crisis well justifying the WHO comments… ‘tough and timely actions led low causalities in India’.Apart from that, the recent Ram Mandir stone laying foundation ceremony has brought positive vibrations in the Indians’ mind.
Researchers say it will continue till the opening ceremony of the temple and reaches to peak stage during the elections time.All in all, the statistics confirm that Narendra Modi will retain his position in the next general elections as well.
Reports say that the news portal has conducted the study through telephonic conversations due to Covid-19 restrictions.For this, they have chosen 19 states across India including Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.