Since the beginning of the epidemic, public acceptance of PM Modi has increased. The latest survey of local circles revealed on Monday. Of the 64,000 views, 67 per cent said the Modi government had received the estimates after the second tranche came to power. Most of the deaths occurred during the Kovid Second Wave when Modi’s public approval was only 51 per cent. It has risen to 62 percent since the start of the 2020 Kovid.
According to the survey, the government is ready for the third wave of Kovid. Unemployment is at an all-time high of 7 per cent, with 47 per cent of those surveyed saying they could not solve the problem. At the same time, in 2022, 37 percent said they had confidence in the government over the unemployment problem. It will be 29 per cent in 2020 and 27 per cent in 2021.
Even as retail inflation rises to an eight-year high in the country, public acceptance of Prime Minister Modi has increased. According to the survey, 73 per cent Indians have not seen a drop in the cost of living and living expenses in the last three years. 73% of people say they are optimistic about their future family future. Forty-four percent said the government had not taken steps to reduce pollution, while 60 percent said 44 percent did not agree that the government was doing a good job of promoting religious harmony. More than 50 per cent say it is easier to do business in India.