New DelhiIf the third wave of Kovid comes in the country, then the general public can be held responsible for it. According to IANS C Voter Tracker, 57 percent of the people believe this. They believe that the corona rules are being violated by the public and there is a danger of a third wave. According to the tracker, only 34 per cent will blame the government for the third wave. The sample size of the tracker is 1815.
However, there is concern about the availability of vaccination as 47 per cent said that the vaccine dose is not yet readily available and there is a long waiting time. Less than 42 per cent, however, said that vaccine doses are now readily available.
People also felt that the government reacted late to the oxygen crisis. 51 per cent said that the government was late in taking the decision to set up medical oxygen facilities in every district, while 38 per cent said that the decision was taken at the right time.
Owaisi’s party will not win a single seat in UP
At the same time, 52 percent of the respondents included in the IANS CVoter Live Tracker said that Owaisi’s party will not win a single seat in the assembly elections. Only 28 per cent answered that the AIMIM would be able to replicate its stellar performance in Uttar Pradesh from Bihar and Maharashtra. Remaining respondents did not comment on the performance of AIMIM in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections to be held early next year.
In the IANS CVoter Live Tracker, 45 per cent people said that all the ruling parties in different states do not resort to violence and misuse the government machinery to win the local body elections. 35 percent of those surveyed expressed a different opinion. 19.8 per cent of the respondents were not sure whether all the ruling parties use such tactics to win the local body elections.
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