71% Indians want Ram Nath Kovind to be the next president, according to this Ipsos Poll

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The current political environment is at the tipping point to discovering the 14 thPresident of India. As the race to Raisina Hills approaches its finale on the July 17, Ipsos, the global market and opinion research specialists and InShorts conducted its proprietary Pulse of the Nation Poll to get in touch with the popular opinions surrounding the Presidential Elections.

The poll witnessed the participation of 1,19,132 unique users. The results seemed to be clearly in the favor of former Bihar Governor, Ram Nath Kovind, who won the popular vote with 71% in favor.

Interestingly, 62% Indians feel the President should be a non-political figure.

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The poll witnessed the participation of 1,19,132 unique users. The results seemed to be clearly in the favor of former Bihar Governor, Ram Nath Kovind, who won the popular vote with 71% in favor.
Key Findings:

Polarity between the Genders on the choice of the President

Although Ram Nath Kovind is leading with the majority of popular votes, it was interesting to witness the polarity between the preferences of the two common genders. While only 27% males voted in the favor of Meira Kumar, 45% of females favored her candidature over Mr Kovind’s.

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The poll witnessed the participation of 1,19,132 unique users. The results seemed to be clearly in the favor of former Bihar Governor, Ram Nath Kovind, who won the popular vote with 71% in favor.
62% favors a Non-Political President

Perhaps it’s time we witnessed more of scientists, educationists, or perhaps entrepreneurs as the Head of the Nation. While 62% Indians would like to have a President without a Political Background, 22% feels that the background doesn’t matter. However, 11% Indians are strictly against having a President from a non-political background, and the remaining 5% choose not to reveal their opinion.

40% Indians believe the post of President is Very Critical; 37% says it Doesn’t Matter

India appeared divided on the role of the President. While 40% believe that the role is Very Critical, since the person is heading the nation, 37% view the Presidency as merely a symbolic post. Furthermore, 15% of Indians believe that the post should be abolished as it is a waste of taxpayer’s money, although 8% refrained from commenting.

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The poll witnessed the participation of 1,19,132 unique users. The results seemed to be clearly in the favor of former Bihar Governor, Ram Nath Kovind, who won the popular vote with 71% in favor.
65% of voters aged between 18 to 30 years

The survey was dominated by the age group of 18-30 years, constituting 65% of the sample size. Users aged between 31 to 45 years comprised 22% of the sample, with 7% of users aged between 46 to 60 years, 4% under 18 years and the remaining 2% over 60 years.
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This internship programme offers B-school students INR 1.5L as reward

The poll witnessed the participation of 1,19,132 unique users. The results seemed to be clearly in the favor of former Bihar Governor, Ram Nath Kovind, who won the popular vote with 71% in favor.

Oyo is giving you a chance to win a fully paid trip to India, Malaysia or Nepal

The poll witnessed the participation of 1,19,132 unique users. The results seemed to be clearly in the favor of former Bihar Governor, Ram Nath Kovind, who won the popular vote with 71% in favor.

The Manufacturing sector is the lowest paid according to Monster Salary Index

The poll witnessed the participation of 1,19,132 unique users. The results seemed to be clearly in the favor of former Bihar Governor, Ram Nath Kovind, who won the popular vote with 71% in favor.
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