Voters are optimistic about today's India and their life: CVoter-IANS tracker
Most of the voters are upbeat about today's India as the latest CVOTER-IANS tracker shows, indicating optimism level in the country remains high with more than 60 per cent respondents claiming that the country is moving forward and so is their life.
New Delhi: Most of the voters are upbeat about today's India as the latest CVOTER-IANS tracker shows, indicating optimism level in the country remains high with more than 60 per cent respondents claiming that the country is moving forward and so is their life.
The all India net optimism level stood at 30.61 in a sample of 11,964 on April 25 when the last survey was carried out. The positivity levels have remained high in the last fortnight compared to the beginning of this year when the net optimism level was barely 14.84 per cent.
Only 17.60 per cent of respondents said that both their life and the country were in a poor state. Another 12.37 per cent of the respondents said the country was moving forward, but not their life.
Among the states, Odisha (68.83 in a sample of 429), Rajasthan (54.91 in a sample of 402), Haryana (54.07 in a sample of 431) and Gujarat (53.71 in a sample of 404) were most optimistic while Tamil Nadu (-33.32 in a sample of 599), Kerala (-31.47 in a sample of 676) and Punjab (-4.65 in a sample of 550) are the least optimistic.
In Odisha, 84.20 per cent of respondents said that the country and their life was moving forward in tandem.Over 70 per cent respondents were happy in Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Gujarat.
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