Index of Party support.
Whom will you vote for if the LokSabha elections are held today?
Almost two-third BJP supporters think, Advani had stepped into the wrong side of fence by tendering resignation from party posts. 81% want Modi as PM candidate. The want of the BJP supporters is clear. The writing has been on the wall, which has now become seemingly the clear mandate of BJP...
Quality of Life Index
In last one year your living standard
The US may have got election forecasting down to a fine art but back home the math is often wrong.Sunday Times finds out why it's so difficult to call an Indian election. Do Americans really need to bother voting? For six months before the 2012 US Presidential elections, right up to the very morning...
Index of Optimism
Do you feel that in the next one year, your living standard ?
There would be no clear winner , finds a Headlines Today/CVoter State of the Nation Survey, is Lok Sabha elections were to happen now. This would leave a lot of room for manipulations. What would happen if the elections were to happen now? The UPA, as it is now, would be down by 95 seats to 132. But...
Political Solution Index
Which party can best manage/handle problems facing our country today?
Poll predicts 112 seats for Congress and 47 for BJP. CVoter exit poll predicted clean sweep for the Congress in the Karnataka assembly elections. The exit poll predicted 112 seats for the Congress and 47 seats for the incumbent BJP. The exit poll also clearly showed the prominence of JD(S) and...
Relative Development Index
What are your views about Today's India?
How are the youth in big cities using the new and evolving means of internet and mobile phones? A CVoter survey in 2011 found that personal communication and information of personal interest topped their choices. Even though sexual information seemed sought after, pornography didn’t seem a high choice...
Anti -incumbency Index
With whom are you most angry with? Given a chance to change any one of the following; which one would you like to be changed immediately?
Police and Parliament are least trusted by Indians. That Indians don’t trust in government is not a surprise. What comes as a surprise, as shown by Governance Now-Team C Voter survey, is the intensity of the feeling. Government is much less trusted than any private institution, even the private...
Are you satisfied with performance of following and how much would you rate?