A recent poll by the Business Standard shows that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is India ‘s most popular politician.
The poll has found that over 90% of Indian voters surveyed believe that the country is moving in the right direction, while less than 5% of respondents think that it is headed in the wrong direction.
In a recent poll, PM Modi’s approval rating was 51.5% compared to 50.5 % for Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi.
Congress has been the only party to come in the top three for a long time now.
Congress had a poll score of 44.3% in the 2017-18 general elections, which was just 0.1 percentage points lower than the BJP’s rating.
This means that the Congress has enjoyed a huge advantage in terms of the public’s trust in its leader.
In terms of terms of trust in Modi, he had an approval rating of 65.4% in 2017-2018 and only 38.3 % in 2019-2020.
The BJP has come in for criticism for the way it has handled the recent protests and unrest in the country.
On one hand, the BJP has been criticised for using excessive force in policing the riots.
On the other hand, it has also been criticised in the past for its role in instigating riots.
The BJP was also criticised for not taking action against the rioters, which is a violation of the constitution.
Modi’s popularity has also taken a hit in terms in terms on corruption.
His approval rating in 2019 was 39.3%.
This was just 3.6 percentage points down from its previous low of 39.7% in 2018-2019.
The approval rating fell to 35.9% in 2019.
In 2019, the Congress was the only opposition party to get a majority government.
The ruling party has been seen as more corrupt than the opposition.
It had an unpopularity rating of 58.3%, and its approval rating had declined to 44.4%.
However, the government has also faced a lot of criticism over its handling of the ongoing protests in the nation.
The government has been accused of failing to tackle the riots and the ongoing unrest in an efficient manner.
The government has made several concessions to the nation over the past few months.
However, a large number of Indians still do not trust the government and the government is likely to be seen as untrustworthy if the government fails to tackle issues of public trust.