Lok Sabha Election: If the elections are held today, whose government will be formed and who will be the PM? Revealed in the survey about Modi, Rahul Gandhi and Nitish Kumar

Lok Sabha Election 2024: One year is left for the Lok Sabha elections to be held. In such a situation, along with celebrating the completion of 9 years in power, the BJP has also started preparing for the next elections. Meanwhile, Lokniti-Center for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) has conducted a survey for NDTV regarding the popularity of PM Modi. Tell you what was the result of this survey. 

This survey to know public opinion Karnataka assembly elections. It was revealed in this survey that BJP may have faced defeat in Karnataka, but the popularity of PM Modi has not been affected much. PM Modi’s popularity remains strong. 

PM Modi is the first choice of the people 

It was asked in this survey that if elections are held today, then who will become the PM of the country? 43 percent of those surveyed said that if elections were held today, Narendra Modi is his first choice for the post of PM. After PM Modi, people told Congress leader Rahul Gandhi as their choice. 27 percent of the people who participated in the survey said that they want to see Rahul Gandhi as the Prime Minister. 

Nitish Kumar, Mamta Banerjee at what number in the survey?

In the survey, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal came third with 4-4 per cent. After this, Akhilesh Yadav (3%), Nitish Kumar (1%) and 18% people took the names of others. The survey data for 2019 and 2023 shows a slight decline for PM Modi (44 to 43%).  

About 43 percent of the people involved in this survey say that the BJP-led NDA (National Democratic Alliance) should win a third consecutive term, while 38 percent disagree. About 40 per cent say they would vote for the BJP if elections were held today. 29 percent people said to vote for Congress. 

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