Corporate India Reposes Faith In Modi
A majority – sixty-four per cent – think that Modi is on his way to deliver the promises of the election manifesto
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A sizable section of Corporate India – as many as 84 per cent of corporate leaders – thinks the performance of PM Narendra Modi and his BJP government has been good or better, in the last four years. Ninety-two per cent of Corporate leaders think that Modi will be re-elected in 2019.
A majority – sixty-four per cent – think that Modi is on his way to deliver the promises of the election manifesto. As many as ninety-four per cent of corporate leaders think that the administration and governance in the Modi era have improved when compared to the Manmohan era.
Asked to list the most significant achievements of the Modi government, Corporate India listed GST rollout, power sector reforms, infrastructure focus as the top three reforms.
How would you rate performance of Modi government in the last 4 years?
Do you think the government is on track to deliver on its promises as listed in its manifesto?How would you compare the performance of Modi government compared to the previous Manmohan Singh (UPA) government?
Is Modi India's best-ever PM?
Who have been the three PMs in India who have contributed most towards the positive development of the economy?What has been the most significant achievement of the government so far?
What has been the most significant failure of the government so far?
Which sectors have seen best growth / performance and worst growth / performance?
Which should be the focus areas in the next year?How would you rat5e Ease of Doing Business?
Will Modi win the 2019 elections?Who is best suited to pose a challenge to Modi in 2019?
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