Narendra Modi’s Policies trusted by Bloomberg Global Poll Respondents
16 Nov 2014
Source: NITI Central
Bloomberg’s latest survey respondents have shown overwhelming optimism towards the policies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This puts them in the company of the likes of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and President of the United States. President Obama had called PM “a man of action” at the gala dinner hosted at the recently concluded ASEAN summit in Myanmar. On the first day of G-20 Summit in Brisbane Australia David Cameron had told PM “Yours is a very inspiring vision, UK wants to partner in any way we can”.
For Bloomberg, Boris Korby reported that,
“Fifty-six percent of respondents in the latest survey said they are optimistic on the policies of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, more than five times those who were pessimistic.”
The poll was conducted Nov. 11-12 by Selzer & Co., a Des Moines, Iowa-based firm, and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.3 percentage points.
The survey respondents of Bloomberg Global Poll voted unfavourably for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s (87%) and also for Brazilian Presidnet Dilma Rousseff’s (61%) policies.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto got positive votes from 36% respondents whereas Indonesian President Joko Widodo got 26% positive votes from those surveyed.