Mathrubhumi News – C voter survey shows that 59.5 per cent people are of the opinion that the state government should remain in power. 31.9 per cent said there was no opposition to the government and that the government should continue.
Forty-five per cent said they were opposed to the government and that the government should not continue. Despite opposition to the government, 27.6 per cent said the government should not change.
59.5 per cent said the government should continue. The 20 per cent lead is the number of those who say the government should continue.
The majority opinion is that the performance of the Opposition in Kerala is bad. 42.6 per cent said the opposition’s performance was poor. 34.4 percent said it was the best and 20.1 percent said it was the average.
According to the survey, 2.9 per cent people did not comment. Earlier, PR Sivasankaran withdrew from the discussion following the Mathrubhumi opinion poll that the BJP is the most hated political party in Kerala. 34.3 per cent chose the BJP as the most hated party.
11.8 per cent chose the CPI (M) as the most hated party. The Muslim League was chosen by 9.1 per cent and the Congress by 8 per cent.
The survey was completed in 51 days. A total of 14,913 people from 140 constituencies took part in the poll. The survey was conducted for 18-85 year olds.
According to the survey, unemployment is one of the major issues affecting voters in the Assembly elections. Gold smuggling is one of the most controversial issues in the election.
25.2 per cent say it is gold smuggling. According to the survey, the Sabarimala controversy is projected at 20.2 per cent, the covid defense at 13 per cent, the flood relief at 8 per cent and the Modi factor at 2.6 per cent.