New Delhi, April 7: This will definitely give BJP Government and its supporters a very good reason to smile. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is still most popular among Indian middle class, says a survey.
According to a Economic Times-TNS survey, Modi government's overall approval ratings are still running high especially among the urban salaried people and those living in India's seven biggest cities.
In the survey people were asked series of questions about incumbent government's performance in last two years, after it took reins from Congress led UPA in May 2014.
Survey's findings give overall approval rating of 86% to Modi Government . When people were asked about promise of job creation, 62 per cent said yes government lived up to its promise.
Survey also asked whether middle class people still belive in BJP's slogan 'Achhe din aaney wala hain', 58% supported Government saying that they expect future to be better very soon.
Survey was done on 2000 people in metro cities-Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru and Kolkata. Notably, people still see hope in modi government despite recent controversies and the failure to make substancial progress on reform agenda
Modi's popularity still intact
People still believe that Modi is more popular leader in comparision to Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi.
On the scale of 10, Modi got 7.68 while Rahul could manage only 3.61. Even BJP's leader Arun Jaitley secured more rating (5.62) than Congress VP.