To Vote Or Not To Vote? Understanding The Indian Voter

It's that time of the year when the political buzz is at its peak and all eyes are focussed on those crucial voting weeks. Election 2019 is just a couple of weeks away and parties are busy in a last-ditch effort to impress the 900 million voters who will soon be deciding their fate. Making 2019 more interesting are the 84 million people, mostly youth, who will head to polls for ...

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Priyanka Impresses North The Most; West India Least Moved

The run-up to the 2019 elections suddenly got more exciting in January this year. After years of speculation, Priyanka Gandhi finally threw herself in the political ring. With looks and charisma matching her grandmother's, she came in with huge expectation - that of reviving the Grand Old Party. Priyanka's announcement as the Eastern UP in charge, however, came as no surprise, given her connection and familiarity with the region. Even before the ...

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Big Thumbs-up For Priyanka Gandhi As She Starts Her Political Journey

She is smart, charismatic and politically aware. She is also the scion of India's most powerful dynasty. Priyanka Gandhi, Congress' ultimate weapon has finally emerged into the spotlight, unleashing a wave of emotions ranging from sheer excitement to quiet nervousness. For someone who has always worked in the sidelines, Priyanka's political entry just weeks before the BIG 2019 elections is purely strategical. One that not only challenges the BJP at the center but ...

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Southerly woes for BJP as winds blow away Modi magic

The Karnataka election result is in line with the latest Piplsay survey, that reveals Modi and BJP's losing grip in the southern part of the country. The high drama surrounding the Karnataka election this year has increased the spotlight on the BJP. Despite being the most popular party, it failed to become a dominant force in the state where caste dynamics is always at play. Piplsay's recent pan India survey shows that ...

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Look what Young India’s report card for 2019 polls say

Prime Minister Narendra Modi clears the test for most millennials, an exclusive Piplsay Youth survey reveals About 130 million young adults will get to cast their votes in the next general election. These first-time voters are part of the growing breed of young Indians which will be crucial in deciding the political fortunes of most parties. To sense the mood ahead of the 2019 elections, Piplsay reached out to over 20,000 youngsters in the age ...

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India's 'Mann Ki Baat' for 2019 - Who's loved, Who's not?

India’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ for 2019 – Who’s loved, Who’s not?

Muffler man Arvind Kejriwal sweeps away Gandhi Scion to take the second spot The nation has spoken. More than 26000 people surveyed by Piplsay have given their verdict on who is most suited to run the country. Coming a year ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, this political survey is a sentiment check prevalent across the country. It also comes at a time when the ruling party's deliverability is being closely dissected. For a ...

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