67 per cent think 'Make in India' is helping in creating jobs: Survey

A survey of Indian youth has revealed that 67% think Make in India is helping in creating jobs and that more than 60% are happy with Narendra Modi led NDA government. When it comes to Bollywood, 51% think filmstars should not comment on the Political situation of the country and 415 favour Salman Khan's acquittal in the 2002 hit-and-run case.

The survey was taken by more than 1,40,000 respondents who contributed more than 10 lakh responses to 30 questions that dominated headlines in 2015. 

The objective of the poll was to reflect the viewpoint of young, urban smartphone-user Indians towards National Politics, State Politics, Social Issues, Women Safety, Foreign Policy, Business, Technology and Sports. Here are the results.

The survey was conducted by Inshorts, a mobile app. Here are the results.

National Politics
76% think PM Modi's Foreign Trips are bringing significant benefits

67% think Make in India is helping in creating jobs

53% say Swachh Bharat is working

62% think Govt is not doing enough to address farmer suicides

According to the findings of the Inshorts Youth of the Nation Poll, 65% of Indians were satisfied with the performance of the Narendra Modi-led NDA Government in 2015. 76% respondents agreed that the Foreign Trips undertaken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi have brought in significant benefits for the country and 67% think that his #MakeinIndia campaign is helping in the creation of jobs. When asked if the Swachh Bharat campaign was working, 53% respondents said YES and 36% respondents said NO, while the rest said they were Not Informed Enough.

However, there was a mixed response to questions regarding Inflation and Education & Healthcare. 46% respondents think that the Modi government has been able to contain inflation, with 41% respondents polling against it. When users were asked if Education and Healthcare have taken a backseat under the Modi government, 43% respondents said NO while 37% respondents said YES. 62% respondents also felt that the government is not doing enough to address the issue of farmer suicides while 22% rallied behind the Government. On the issue of the BJP’s alliance with the PDP in Kashmir, and if it was a betrayal of the interest of the Kashmiri Pandits, 36% said NO, 22% said YES and 41% said they were Not Informed Enough about the issue.

Social Issues
68% respondents disagree with #AwardWapsi campaign

58% don't think intolerance had increased in India in 2015

53% think Cow beef should be banned in India

68% respondents disapprove the return of awards by writers and artists in 2015. When asked if they approve of the decision of authors and artists to return their awards in 2015, 68% respondents voted NO, 21% voted YES and 11% voted Not Informed Enough. When asked if Intolerance had increased in India in 2015, 54% voted NO, 38% YES and 8% voted Not Informed Enough. When users were asked if they think beef should be banned in a secular country like India on religious grounds, there was a mixed response, 53% respondents said YES, 42% said NO and 5% said they were Not Informed Enough. When the poll asked respondents if they think Reservations are essential in addressing the caste problem in India, a whopping 76% voted NO, 19% YES and 5% respondents said Not Informed Enough.

Women Safety
80% Indians support Capital Punishment for Rape

83% think Juveniles should be tried as adults for heinous crimes

43% think India is more unsafe for women than other countries, 50% don't

80% Indians support capital punishment for committing rape. When asked if juveniles should be tried as adults for committing heinous crimes, a whopping 83% respondents agreed while about 11% respondents disagreed and about 6% respondents said they were not informed enough about the issue. However, when asked if India is more unsafe for women than other countries, about 43% of the respondents said it is more unsafe for women than other countries and about 50% respondents disagreed that India was more unsafe for women than other countries. About 7% respondents said that they were Not Informed Enough to answer on the issue.

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Sports
61% Indian favor an India-Pakistan bilateral cricket series in 2016

55% Indians also want MS Dhoni to continue with captaincy duties in ODIs and T20 format

79% Indians think Sports Leagues are helping in promotion of sports in the country

When asked if they are in favor of an India-Pakistan cricket series, 61% respondents voted YES, 33% voted NO and 6% voted Not Informed Enough. To the question whether Virat Kohli should replace MS Dhoni as India’s captain in ODIs and T20 formats, 55% voted NO, 33% voted YES and 12% voted Not Informed Enough. Keeping in view the surge of various Sports Leagues in the country in the last few years, the poll asked respondents if they agreed that the different Sports Leagues are actually helping in the promotion of sports in the country, a whopping 79% voted YES, 13% voted NO and 8% respondents said Not Informed Enough.

Startups
68% would you prefer to work with a small startup instead of a large corporation

64% against Free Basics service in India

65% think passing the GST bill in the parliament is essential for boosting the economy

When asked if they would prefer to work with a small startup instead of a large corporation, 68% respondents voted YES and about 11% respondents said NO. When asked if they think passing the Goods and Services Tax bill in the parliament is essential for boosting the economy, 65% respondents voted YES, 23% voted NO and 12% voted Not Informed Enough. When users were asked if they support Facebook's Free Basics service, 64% respondents said NO, 22% said YES and 13% said they were Not Informed Enough.

Foreign Policy
52% Indians think dialogue with Pakistan should continue despite terrorist attacks

54% respondents think Germany should have taken in Syrian refugees

When asked if users think India should continue talks with Pakistan despite terrorist attacks, 52% respondents said dialogue should continue despite terrorist attacks and 42% respondents said NO, while the rest said they were Not Informed Enough. When asked if they think Germany and other European countries should have taken in Syrian refugees, 54% respondents said YES and 23% respondents said NO, while the rest said they were Not Informed Enough

Bollywood
51% think filmstars should not comment on the Political situation of the country

41% favour Salman Khan's acquittal in the hit-and-run case

There was a mixed response regarding Salman Khan's acquittal in the hit-and-run case, when asked if Salman Khan should have been acquitted in the hit-and-run case, 42% respondents voted NO, 41% voted YES and 17% voted Not Informed Enough. When users were asked if they think film-stars should comment on the political situation of the country, 51% respondents said NO, 44% said YES and 6% said they were Not Informed Enough.

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