Survey on Modi Cabinet: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expanded the cabinet before his second term. A total of 12 ministers including Health Minister, Education Minister, Information Technology and Information and Broadcasting Minister were discharged from the cabinet. While 36 new faces were included in the government. Meanwhile, the website Local Circle conducted a survey regarding the expansion of the cabinet. In this survey, only 4 percent of the people believe that the inclusion of new ministers will improve governance.
What was asked in the survey?
According to local circles, 53 per cent of the country’s people believe that in order to improve governance, a robust system is needed to set clear objectives and measure ministers’ performance. People were asked in the survey, “Do they believe that the Modi government needs to deliver the promises of better governance and manifesto?”
who said what?
- 2 percent of the people said- Having more ministers will give better governance.
- 2 percent said- Being a bureaucrat will give better governance.
- 2 percent said- Having ministers and bureaucrats will give better governance.
- 12 percent said- Need to work in private sectors.
- 19 percent said- For better governance, the government will have to take more decisions.
- 5 percent did not give any opinion.
- While 5 percent said- We don’t think it is possible to give better governance.
- 53 percent said- To improve governance, a robust system is needed to set clear objectives and measure the performance of ministers.
How was the survey done??
During the survey, 9618 responses were received from citizens living in 309 districts of India. Of this, 68 percent were men, while 32 percent were women. The survey was conducted through the LocalCircle platform and all the participants were valid citizens.