New Delhi: The Narendra Modi led central government is losing ground rapidly. Its approval rating is going down day by day and now it is miserably down by 12 points in this month. This has led to hectic discussions in the political circles. The CVOTER-IANS tracker has said that this month the Narendra Modi Government’s net approval rating dropped sharply. The period of survey being March 12th to April 12th.
The approval rating in the previous month had peaked after the Balakote strikes in February when the rating was 62.06. Now after remaining above the 50 point rating for many days it is now 43.25 on April 2019. This is going to be very important for the Bharatiya Janata Party as the first phase elections are just over. The mood of the nation is now tilting against the BJP. So, to counter this, the party may take some action that will again bring it to the limelight.
The survey was conducted to see the people’s mood towards the central government. The parameters being very satisfied, satisfied to some extent, not satisfied and Dont' know/can't say about the performance of the Central government led by Narendra Modi.
As the election process is on and six more phases are to take place in the coming days, the ratings are going to give the BJP sleepless nights. The important constituencies are going for polls in the 3rd and 4th phases. Hence, it seems the rating would further downgrade showing the mood of the people.
Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to visit Bhubaneswar on Tuesday for an election rally. He will go for a road show and show his strength in Bhubaneswar. But how far he will benefit from the show is a big question. People of Bhubaneswar have chosen BJD for a very long time. The Developmental works undertaken by the government in the capital city tale the truth. Hence, it will be difficult to convince the electorate here for the BJP. Modi’s previous visits to the Koraput, Jeypore, Kalahandi, Bhabanipatna have flopped and it seems that thay had no impact on the electorate. The Naveen wave still attracts the people.