NEW DELHI: Public dissatisfaction with the Modi government is on a rise, and it has been proved again in a survey conducted by HMRA (Honest Marketing Research Agency). MHRA had carried out a pre-poll survey to measure the political mood of the country.
In the survey, a whopping 83.49% of the respondents said that they were unhappy with the performance of Modi government and they will not vote for BJP or its allies in the next general elections.
While this number itself is huge, percentage of those unhappy with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s performance was even higher. 93.58% of those surveyed said that Narendra Modi was the worst ever Prime Minister India had.
While these results are in accordance with what neutral and trustworthy media organizations like Junta Ka Reporter (JKR) believe, what was striking was the growing nationwide support for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the survey.
HMRA researchers told JKR that AAP will around 300 seats if general elections were held in the month of July 2016. This is more than what BJP could manage in the 2014 general elections.
Experts say that this huge support for AAP is because the Delhi government headed by Arvind Kejriwal is doing great work and impressing everyone with its track record of development and good governance.
But this rising AAP wave in the country is expected to scare the Modi government and it could mean that the central government could bully the Delhi government again, not allowing it to work.