New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s app has launched a survey across five poll states, seeking public opinion on a range of issues that may affect the choice of his party or candidates.
The survey, open to people from Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa, Manipur and Punjab, solicits voter views on the most important, state government’s ratings on several metrics, considering any potential opposition unity in their constituencies and ponders over it. Local MLA among other matters.
The prime minister had conducted a similar survey on the NaMo app on demonetisation, after his government had invalidated Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 bills, and ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, and the use of digital mediums to get people’s feedback. Known for giving importance. .
The options in the survey to ask people about their most important views on voting in the assembly elections include the government’s handling of COVID-19, price rise, corruption, employment, education and law and order situation.
It also lists options for “PM Modi’s leadership in the country”, “state level issues” and “local issues”, “Which of these is a big factor for you while voting?” “The survey allows people to give their feedback directly to the prime minister on a large number of issues,” an official source said.
The survey asks voters to write about the state government’s scheme that has benefited them the most and take their opinion on a range of statements, including those of the same party at the Center and in the state helping development.
With the ongoing COVID-19 vaccination across the country, it wants to know the opinion of voters about its coverage in their state.
It also asks people to name three most popular BJP leaders of their state.
A question gives options for the candidate’s caste, religion and development record and asks people which of these are the most important considerations when voting.
Assembly elections will be held in the states of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa, Manipur and Punjab early next year.
The BJP is in power in four of these five states.