Despite criticism by several party leaders such as Arvind Kejriwal, Mamata Banerjee and Rahul Gandhi demanding to revoke the demonetization move of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Nation has announced its decision and it went into government’s favor without paying attention what the leaders are saying.
Since it is cleared everything after an online survey conducted by international polling agency C-voter showing great support of people for PM Modi’s action of scrapping Rs 500 and Rs 1000notes.
People of the nation support demonetization
The survey claims that the demonetization of Rs 500 and Rs 1000notes is being seen positively by a large number of the population cutting across the lines of age, income levels and area of residence. In fact, a whopping 80-86 percent of those surveyed think that the inconvenience caused by the demonetization is worth the effort of hostility black money.
C-Voter conducted its survey in close to half the total parliamentary constituencies on Monday. In the survey held in urban India, 86 percent of the surveyed said their suffering is worth the result. At the same time, semi-urban areas, 80.6percent supported the cause. The scheme is mostly supported by the higher income group, 90.6 percent of whom said the move is worth it.
From highest to lowest, mostly take Modi’s side
Not only high-earned people supported the move, whereas lowest level also praised in the below 25, 25-45, 45-60 and 60plus options was 83.3 percent. When asked to people about opinion on demonetization of the government during a survey, 71percent of the urban votes opted for good step and equally well implemented. On the other side, semi-rural and rural areas, 65.1 and 59.4 supported the option respectively.
Few votes go to opposition who opposing government’s move
Besides, 23.8 percent of urban, 24.3 percent of semi-urban and 36 percent of rural respondents agreed with the allegation of some opposition parties that demonetization was a ‘good step but poorly implemented’.
38 percent voters in urban, 35.5 percent in semi-urban areas and 36.8 percent in rural belts voters said that the inconvenience caused by the scheme were ‘little, easily manageable’. Only, 12.6 supported the views of Kejriwal and Banerjee saying the historical decision is an ‘unmanageable disaster’.
Giving their opinion on the opposition’s demand of rollback of the demonetization of the currency, 55 percent said that the support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi would take a beating if he succumbs to political pressure and agrees to their demand.