Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been the most popular leader in the country since 2014, this has been proven by numerous election results. In the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections, he formed the government with an overwhelming majority. But between the first Corona outbreak and now the inflation-unemployment issue by the opposition, the question arises whether the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will be able to form the government again in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. ? Or will the opposition be able to oust Modi from power? This was estimated in a recent survey.
India TV Matterise Survey said if Lok Sabha elections were held in the country today, the NDA might get 362 seats, then the UPA would be reduced to 97 seats. Non-NDA and non-UPA parties can win 84 seats. The survey also tried to find out who is seen as an alternative to PM Modi in the country. Although Rahul Gandhi is at the forefront of this race, but you would also like to know to what extent Arvind Kejriwal, the leader of the Aam Aadmi party, which is growing all over the country these days, is becoming a challenge for PM Modi.
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Who is choosing how many people for the post of PM
An Indian TV survey has found that 48% of people in the country want Narendra Modi to be prime minister again. Meanwhile, 11% of people want to see Rahul Gandhi in this post. West Bengal’s Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee, is liked by 8% of the population. 7% of people consider Sonia Gandhi their choice for the post of PM. 6% see Mayawati as the best PM candidate, while 6% want Sharad Pawar to become PM. Meanwhile, AAP organizer Arvind Kejriwal is seen far behind in this race. Only 5% of people described him as the first choice for the post of Prime Minister. 4% people like Nitish Kumar, 3% Chandrashekhar Rao and 2% Priyanka Gandhi.
Who is the biggest challenger for Modi?
When people were asked who they saw becoming Prime Minister Modi’s challenger in 2024, 23% of people agreed that Rahul Gandhi could be his alternative. Meanwhile, the second number in response to this question is Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. 19% of people see him becoming a challenger for PM Modi. 11% of people say Mamata Banerjee can emerge as an alternative. 8% of people consider Nitish Kumar as a challenger, 8% Sonia Gandhi, 6% MK Stalin, 5% of people consider Sharad Pawar as a challenger. 4% consider Chandrashekhar Rao worthwhile. 4% consider Priyanka Gandhi and Naveen Patnaik 2% people.
How many seats can the AAP win?
India TV Matterise Survey says if Lok Sabha elections are held in the country now, Aam Aadmi party can win 5 seats. However, in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the Aam Aadmi party only won one seat. Bhagwant Mann had attained the Lok Sabha by winning the seat of Sangrur of Punjab, but after becoming Chief Minister this seat became vacant and he was captured by the Akali Dal in the by-election. For this reason, the AAP has no MPs in the Lok Sabha at the moment.