ABP News CVoter Survey: As part of a concrete strategy against the BJP before the Lok Sabha elections 2024, 26 opposition parties, including the Congress, shaped their alliance after two marathon meetings and named it ‘INDIA’ i.e. National Developmental Inclusive Alliance.
In the second meeting of the opposition held in Bengaluru on July 17-18, the name of the alliance was decided as INDIA. The idea behind this was told of Rahul Gandhi and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
Obviously, in comparison to the NDA, the opposition parties would want to name their alliance something that would seem effective and the BJP would find it difficult to attack it. A similar picture has emerged in the C Voter survey conducted for ABP News.
C-Voter conducted an All India survey on questions related to the country’s situation and politics on July 20-21, in which most of the people who gave their opinion said that the name of the opposition alliance being INDIA, the BJP would have difficulty in attacking.
Do you think keeping the name INDIA will be a problem for BJP in attacking the opposition?
Yes – 48%
No – 34%
Don’t know – 18%
48 percent of the people involved in the survey said that since the name of the opposition alliance is India, BJP will have difficulty in attacking it. 34 percent people answered ‘no’. At the same time, 18 percent people said that they ‘do not know’ about this.
Note: C-Voter has done this survey for abp news. The results of Sarva are completely based on the interaction with the people and their opinion. This ‘All India Survey’ has been done after the uproar in Manipur and the name of the opposition alliance being INDIA. The opinion of 2,664 people has been taken in this survey. The survey was done on Thursday and Friday (July 20-21). The margin of error in this survey is plus minus 3 to plus minus 5 percent. abp news is not responsible for the results of the survey.
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