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PM Narendra Modi most popular leader with 48% votes in online poll: I-PAC survey

PM Narendra Modi most popular leader with 48% votes in online poll: I-PAC survey

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New Delhi: Nearly 48% of the over 57 lakh people out of 712 districts reached 55 days, see Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the leader who can take “agenda of the nation” forward, shows an online survey by Indian Political Action Committee (I-PAC), an advocacy group supported by political strategist Prashant Kishor.

The online survey of I-PAC also revealed that Congress President Rahul Gandhi was the second most popular leader, in which 11% of the respondents voted for him. According to INDIA TODAY, the I-PAC had launched an online platform called National Agenda Forum in July, where people could vote for that leader who should win in the Lok Sabha elections 2019. In this online forum, 923 leaders were nominated for the survey.

The survey places Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal in the third spot with 9.3% votes in his favour. The fourth spot was taken by former Uttar Pradesh CM and Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav, who got 7% votes. They are followed by West Bengal CM Mamata Banerji and BSP supremo Mayawati with 4.2 and 3.1% votes, respectively.

The list of leaders to choose from also had Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar with whom Kishor has worked closely in the past, CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury, NCP leader Sharad Pawar and several other regional and national faces.

The survey said the respondents cited women's empowerment, farm crisis, economic inequality, problems of students, education in health and hygiene, sanitation, communal unity and basic education among the top priority issues for the country.

It also identified people such as Akshay Kumar, Raghuram Rajan, MS Dhoni, Yogi Ramdev and journalist Ravish Kumar who are popular as "people who should be in politics."

The survey, released on Monday, is similar to the one Kishor-mentored Citizens for Accountable Governance, did in 2013, projecting Modi was the most favoured leader in the country.

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However, critics have noticed that this is an online survey and has limitations because a large part of the country, especially rural India, could not be able to reach the survey.

However, members of I-PAC said that the objective of the online survey was to reach an important part of the population which had access to the Internet and received an idea about the ideas of the country.

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