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Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Opinion Poll: Narendra Modi Tops Survey As Popular PM Candidate, Rahul Gandhi Second on The List

Latestly 2018-11-29 23:02:00

File image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi | (Photo Credits: IANS)

Mumbai, November 29: Narendra Modi has emerged as the favourite candidate for the post of Prime Ministership, according to the latest survey conducted by Times Now-CNX opinion poll. A total of 42 percent voters said that they want Modi to be the next prime minister. Meanwhile, Congress president Rahul Gandhi is second in the list with 20 percent voters sees him as a potential candidate for the post of PM. Meanwhile, Bahujan Samajwadi Party (BSP) chief Mayawati and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee gets the support of 11 percent voters each, said the opinion poll. Lok Sabha Elections Opinion Poll Results by ABP News: NDA Will Retain Power With 300 Seats if Polls Held Today, UPA May Get 116

During the Lok Sabha elections of 2014, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s catchy slogan ‘Ache Din’ showed pictures of hopeful future to the voters. According to the opinion poll, after four and half years of the BJP rule, still, 52 percent of the people believe that ‘Ache Din’ has arrived, whereas 30 percent people hold a contradictory opinion. Around 11 percent of voters refused to comment on the topic. Rajasthan Assembly Elections 2018 Opinion Poll Results by Times Now-CNX: Congress May Win 110-120 Seats, BJP Likely to Bag 70-80

If we talk about the major issues which will be considered by the voters while casting their votes for the Lok Sabha elections next year, for 74 percent of the people economic issue is the most important question, whereas 11 percent voters believe that Ram Mandir will dominate the general elections. However, only 10 percent of voters think that Rafale deal controversy is an important cause of concern. Meanwhile, as per the survey, 46 percent of people believe that the Ram Mandir will be constructed if the government passes an ordinance, but 27 percent of voters have a different opinion. The remaining 27 percent don’t have any opinion on this issue.