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Like most of the other surveys, Modi again finished at the top in the opinion poll with over 47 per cent voters preferring him as the next prime minister. The NDA's prime ministerial candidate was followed by Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi who secured nearly 34 per cent votes.


Mamata best choice among non-Cong, non-BJP leaders

The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is also the most popular choice among the young voters as 34 per cent respondents said they would vote for the BJP-led coalition. It was followed by 26 per cent youth who preferred the ruling United Progressive Alliance (UPA) as their choice. Interestingly, 26 per cent first time voters were undecided which group to vote for and their decision might prove crucial in the run up to Lok Sabha polls.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee emerged as the most popular prime ministerial candidate among non-Congress and Non-BJP faces, the survey found. The Trinamool Congress chief secured 11 per cent votes, followed by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal, who got 9 per cent votes.

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati was liked by 8 per cent respondents, followed by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar (7 per cent) and Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh Yadav (6 per cent).

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Rahul Gandhi versus Priyanka Vadra

The surveyors asked the respondents which of the Gandhi siblings -- Rahul and Priyanka -- was their favourite choice for PM's job. Rahul was the clear choice with 48 per cent voting for him and only 9 per cent backing Priyanka. Over 20 per cent people replied, "None of them".

Inflation, corruption key issues for young voters

As many as 90 per cent youth interviewed said they intended to exercise their voting rights, while 6.4 per cent people's response was negative.

Inflation (25.5 per cent) and corruption (21.1 per cent) would be the key issues for the first-time voters, the survey found. The other key issues for them were jobs (15.4 per cent) women's safety (14.3 per cent) and education (8.9 per cent).

India's peace-loving youth

The young generation if often considered more aggressive than the older ones. However, the majority of youth approached favoured no war with India's hostile neighbours Pakistan and China.

When asked whether India should go to war with China, only 18 per cent said yes, while 69 per cent opposed it. In reply to the similar question on Pakistan -- accused of giving refuge to India's enemies and violating ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) quite often -- only 30 per cent respondents voted in favour of war, while 52 per cent disapproved the idea.

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