Opinion polling on the Narendra Modi premiership

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Opinion polling on the government of Narendra Modi has occurred regularly during his incumbency as prime minister and in the run-up to the 2014 Indian general election. Some polling also occurred during his tenure as Chief Minister of Gujarat.

Approval ratings[edit]

Area polled Segment polled Polling group Date Approve Disapprove Average Unsure Sample size Polling method Source(s)
 India All adults Pew Research Center December 7, 2013 – January 12, 2014 78%
(60% very favorable)
16%
(7% very unfavorable)
7% 2,464 [1]
 India All adults Pew Research Center 6 April – 19 May 2015 87%
(68% very favorable)
11%
(5% very unfavorable)
2% 2,452 [2][3]
 India All adults Pew Research Center 7 April – 24 March 2016 81%
(57% very favorable)
16%
(6% very unfavorable)
3% 2,464 [4]
 India All adults Pew Research Center 21 February – 10 March 2017 88%
(69% very favorable)
10%
(6% very unfavorable)
2% 2,464 [5]
Global Times of India online readers The Times of India May 2017 76%
(48% very good)
11% 13% 2% >1,000,000 Online [6]
Global India Today online readers India Today August 2017 63%
(20% very good)
12% 23% 1% Online [7]
Global Online

mood

ET Magazine September 2019 64% 36% Online [8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Indians Want Political Change". Pew Research Center. 26 February 2014.
  2. ^ Bruce Stokes (17 September 2015). "The Modi Bounce". Pew Research Center.
  3. ^ Hani Zainulbhai (17 September 2015). "Indians adore Modi". Fact Tank.
  4. ^ Bruce Stokes (19 September 2016). "India and Modi: The Honeymoon Continues". Pew Research Center.
  5. ^ Bruce Stokes, Dorothy Manevich, and Hanyu Chwe (15 November 2017). "Three Years In, Modi Remains Very Popular". Pew Research Center.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  6. ^ "Modi govt gets high approval rating at three-year mark in TOI online poll". Times of India. 25 May 2017.
  7. ^ "India Today Mood of the Nation poll: PM Modi's political invincibility continues, 10 big takeaways". India Today. 17 August 2017.
  8. ^ Layak, Suman (1 September 2019). "Modi 2.0, 100 days: What India is saying online". The Economic Times. Retrieved 3 November 2019.