Gujarat Opinion Polls 2012

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Gujarat Election 2012 Opinion Polls

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

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Narendra Modi-led BJP is once again set to decimate the Congress and romp home with a thumping majority. Narendra Modi will make hat trick.
  • Modi heading for landslide win in Gujarat: Poll
  • BJP likely to get 50 per cent vote share
  • Congress may drop to 36 per cent vote share
  • Modi's popularity at an all-time high at 49 pc
Modi's personal popularity is also intact with nearly half the respondents - 49 per cent - backing him for the Chief Minister's post. None of his rivals is even in the double digits when it comes to the chief ministership stakes.
In fact, the one big message from the survey is that Modi's popularity is at an all-time high. In 2002 when Modi helped BJP back to power in the backdrop of state-wide riots, only 37 per cent of the voters wanted him as the chief minister. But since then - barring 2004, when his popularity fell to 31 per cent - he has consolidated his position; in 2012, there is no leader who comes anywhere close to him.
A major factor behind Modi's rising graph is that the state under his stewardship has made rapid economic progress, and all the economic indicators are healthy. A majority of the voters credit the BJP for Gujarat's development, and even most non-BJP and non-Congress voters believe that Modi's rule has been development-oriented. The only blemish in his track record is that the condition of farmers and employment generation has been rated negatively by those surveyed.

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