For some reason, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is the favourite of the National Media. Ever since his political entry, National Media always projected YSR Congress as Victor in any elections. But we all know what happened in 2014 elections but then similar surveys are coming in the run-up to Andhra Pradesh Assembly Elections as well.
But then, one National Survey brought a smile on Naidu‘s face albeit indirectly. According to News18‘s Firstpost Trust Survey, 52.8% of the survey respondents preferred Narendra Modi as the next Prime Minister of India while just only 26.9% preferred Congress President Rahul Gandhi as the next PM.
Surprisingly, in Andhra Pradesh, 68.8% of the Respondents preferred Rahul Gandhi to be the next Prime Minister while just 14.5% preferred Narendra Modi. This means that TDP is largely successful in taking to the people that the Central Government has not helped the state as much as it should.
The election agenda seems to be the denying of Special Status, in such a case, the anti-BJP stance may indeed help Chandrababu Naidu. Also, a large percentage of people wanting Rahul Gandhi to become the next Prime Minister of India will mean that people are not so averse to Congress which will be a relief to Chandrababu who is hobnobbing with Congress Party in the recent times.
Note: Mirchi9 Does Not Endorse Any National Media Surveys Regarding Andhra Pradesh but is only deriving the possibilities basing on their findings to analyze Possible Political Outcomes.Don't MissNatural Star Nani – Always A Step AheadIt is Natural Star Nani’s birthday today. The star is celebrating it with the announcement...Don't MissAmerica will always be loyal to India: TrumpUS President, Donald Trump is in India on his maiden visit. He visited Gandhiji Ashram...Don't MissHas Bheeshma Set High Bar For Nithiin's Perfect Line-Up?Post the twin debacle of Chal Mohan Ranga and Srinivas Kalyanam, Nithiin took a small...Don't MissKia's Relocation Rumors Here To Stay?Kia Shifting Controversy looks like here to stay. After the rumors of the company shifting...Don't MissSr Comedian Under Criticism for Lip Locks CommentsSenior comedian LB Sriram's comments on the present generation of movies infested with lip lock...