ABP C Voter Snap Poll: Will the decision to withdraw agricultural laws affect the election? Find out what people responded to

ABP C Voter Snap Poll Survey: Assembly elections are to be held in 2022 in five states including Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. In such a scenario, there is a lot of speculation about the decision of the Narendra Modi government to withdraw the agriculture laws. The question on people’s minds is whether this decision will have any effect on the forthcoming elections. In such a situation, ABP News conducted a snap poll with the voters regarding this question.

Will the decision to withdraw the law affect the elections? To this question, 55 per cent of those surveyed said yes, the decision to withdraw the law would affect the upcoming elections. However, 31 per cent said it would have no effect. ‘Nothing can be said’ was said by 14%.

Yes 55%

No 31%

Can’t say 14%

It is clear from the results of the survey that most people believe that this decision will affect the elections. It may be recalled that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the nation on the morning of November 19, had announced that all the three agriculture laws would be withdrawn. In fact, farmers on the borders of Delhi have been protesting against these laws for the last one year. On this 59 per cent people said that Modi government is pro-farmer. While 29 per cent people termed the government as anti-farmer. 12% of people said they can’t say. Note: On November 19, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the repeal of the Farmers Act. Farmers have been protesting on the Delhi border for the last one year. The farmers’ strike is still going on. In such a situation, ABP News tried to get the voters to know the mood of the people of the country through snap polls in two days. 2,596 people participated in this snap poll.

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