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Majority find Modi govt more sincere in dealing with terrorism: India TV-CNX Opinion Poll

Last Tuesday's air strikes were seen as retaliation to the February 14 attack on CRPF jawans in Pulwama in Kashmir, in which 40 personnel were killed. Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed had claimed responsibility of the attack.

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New Delhi Updated on: March 04, 2019 23:03 IST
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Modi government is more sincere in dealing with terrorism, majority of respondents in India TV-CNX Opinion Poll believed so, putting previous Manmohan Singh-led government at a distant second. IndiaTV-CNX Opinion Poll, conducted in 27 Parliamentary constituencies of Uttar Pradesh between March 1-3, mentioned that 48.99 per cent of respondents thought that the Modi-led Centre government was more sincere in dealing with terrorism. Not to forget, the opinion poll comes after Modi government's decisive action of air strike on terror camps in Pakistan, in response to Pulwama terror attack by Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed, which claimed lives of 40 CRPF personnel.  

The survey found that only 11.62 per cent respondents thought previous Manmohan Singh-led government was sincere. However, 10.48 per cent believed both Modi and Manmohan governments were sincere in effectively dealing with the menace. There were 20.81 per cent respondents who thought neither of the two were sincere, while 8.10 per cent chose 'Can't say'.  

If you compare which government is more sincere in dealing with terrorism?

Options % of Survey Results
Modi Govt. 48.99
Manmohan Govt. 11.62
Both 10.48
Neither 20.81
Can't Say 08.10

 

India Tv - 49% respondents believe Modi government is more sincere in tackling terrorism
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49% respondents believe Modi government is more sincere in tackling terrorism

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The respondents were also asked if they were satisfied with the steps taken by Modi government after the Pulwama terror attack. 52.37 per cent said they were satisfied, while 20.35 per cent said the opposite. 27.28 per cent, however, chose to not say. 

After the Pulwama terror attack, are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the steps taken by the Modi government?

Options % of Survey Results
Satisfied 52.37
Dissatisfied 20.35
Can't Say 27.28
 

Last Tuesday's air strikes were seen as retaliation to the February 14 attack on CRPF jawans in Pulwama in Kashmir, in which 40 personnel were killed. Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed had claimed responsibility of the attack. 

Soon after the attack, Modi government swung into action and launched an all-out diplomatic effort to isolate Pakistan on global platforms, before finally heading to execute air strikes on Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camps in Pakistan. From scrapping concessions made to Pakistan in terms of trade to revoking the Most Favoured Nation status and hiking excise duty on imports by 200 per cent, Modi government did not just stop at it. 

IndiaTV-CNX Opinion Poll: How the survey was conducted

IndiaTV-CNX Opinion Poll was conducted in 27 Parliamentary Constituencies of Uttar Pradesh between March 1-3. The respondents were selected randomly from 20 polling stations in each constituency. On the whole, the sample respondents came from all walks of life. 2923 were male respondents, while 2477 were female. The results are subject to a margin of error 2.5 per cent.

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