According to the latest survey, 87 percent Indians think demonetisation is hurting black money owners.
The survey was conducted by C-Voter across 252 parliamentary areas for Huffington Post India and Businessworld.
"Nearly 87% of respondents felt the move was hurting those with black money, and 85% felt the inconvenience caused by demonetisation was worth the effort of fighting black money," writes The Huffington Post.
"The survey shows Prime Minister Narendra Modi's radical step enjoys popular support across India, despite the vast deal of inconvenience it has unleashed."
On November 8, Prime Minister Modi announced scrapping of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes to fight against black money, counterfeit currencies and terror funding.