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Arvind Kejriwal can challenge PM Modi India TV poll


Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the most popular leader in the country since 2014, as proven by several election results. In the 2014 and 2019 elections, the Lok Sabha overwhelmingly formed the government. But between the first Corona pandemic and now the issue of inflation and unemployment by the opposition, the question arises whether the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will be able to form the government again in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections? Or will the opposition be able to remove Modi from power? This was estimated in a recent survey.

India TV material poll said that if Lok Sabha elections are held in the country today, the NDA could get 362 seats, then UPA will be reduced to 97 seats. Non-NDA and non-UPA parties can win 84 seats. The poll also tried to find out who is being considered as a replacement for Prime Minister Modi in the country. Although Rahul Gandhi is at the forefront of this race, you would also like to know to what extent Arvind Kejriwal, the head of the Adami Public Party, which is expanding across the country these days, has become a challenge to Prime Minister Modi. .

Read also: What is the mood of the public in Rajasthan, which was revealed in the latest poll about the Lok Sabha elections

Who is choosing the number of people for the position of PM
A poll conducted by India TV reported that 48 per cent of people in the country want Narendra Modi to take over as Prime Minister again. Meanwhile, 11 percent of people want to see Rahul Gandhi in this post. Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee is loved by 8 per cent of the people. 7 percent of people consider Sonia Gandhi their choice for prime minister. 6 per cent consider Mayawati the best candidate for prime minister, while 6 per cent would like to see Sharad Pawar as prime minister. Meanwhile, AAP organizer Arvind Kejriwal is seen far in this race. Only 5% of people described him as the first choice for prime minister. 4 per cent of people like Nitish Kumar, 3 per cent Chandrashekhar Rao, and 2 per cent Priyanka Gandhi.

Who is Modi’s biggest challenge?
When people were asked who they see as the challenger to Prime Minister Modi in 2024, 23 per cent agreed that Rahul Gandhi could stand as his replacement. At the same time, the number two to answer this question was Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. 19 per cent of people see him becoming a rival to Prime Minister Modi. 11 percent of people say Mamata Banerjee can appear as a substitute. 8 percent of people consider Nitish Kumar a competitor, 8 percent Sonia Gandhi, 6 percent MK Stalin, and 5 percent consider Sharad Pawar a competitor. 4 per cent consider Chandrashekhar Rao to be worth it. 4 percent consider Priyanka Gandhi and Naveen Patnaik to be 2 percent of the people.

How many seats can AAP win?
The study of India TV material states that if the Lok Sabha elections were held in the country now, the Aadmi General Party could win five seats. However, in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, a nihilistic general party won only one seat. Bhagwant Man reached the Lok Sabha by winning the Sangurur seat in Punjab, but after he became Chief Minister, this seat became vacant and was taken over by Akali Dal in the by-election. For this reason, the AAP does not have any deputy in Lok Sabha yet.

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