39.8 % of people praises Yogi Adityanath for his performance in UP
The Yogi Adityanath-led government in Uttar Pradesh has received the support of 39.8 percent in terms of performance among the five states going to the polls next year — Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa, and Manipur — as per the ABP-CVoter-IANS State of States 2021 tracker.
Another 22.2 percent of the participants in the survey agreed that they are satisfied with the Uttar Pradesh government to some extent.
Yogi Adityanath has been in office since 2017 and his government has been since then striking at the root of the mafia paving way for good governance and a safer and secure state.
The Congress-ruled Punjab recorded a meager 12.8 percent approval in the ‘very much satisfied’ category while 56.5 percent of respondents from the state registered as ‘not satisfied at all’. About the Punjab government, 19.7 percent of participants said they are satisfied to some extent.
The Goa government has recorded 36.1 percent approval in terms of the work closely followed by a 35.1 percent of satisfaction rating by Uttarakhand’s Pushkar Singh Dhami government.
However, in Uttarakhand, 41.6 percent of people are not satisfied at all, as per the survey.
In contrast to this, Goa recorded 17.9 percent in the ‘not satisfied at all’ category.
As many as 34 percent of participants expressed satisfaction with the Manipur government’s work while 15.7 percent registered in the ‘satisfied to some extent’ category.
[With Inputs from IANS]
PGurus is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with all the latest news and views
For all the latest updates, download PGurus App.
- Paytm gets SEBI nod for mega Rs.16,600-cr IPO. Chinese firm Alibaba Group’s shareholding expected to reduce from 30% to 25% after IPO - October 22, 2021
- United States Intelligence agencies warns that China could dominate advanced technologies - October 22, 2021
- Noted dancer and actress Sudhaa Chandran urges PM to give special card to people with artificial limbs after airport ordeal. CISF apologized - October 22, 2021