RMN Poll: Baba Ramdev Most Popular Person in India
In the RMN Poll “Who is the most popular person in India?” voters were asked to vote their favorite person in a list of 10 candidates.
The idea of the poll was to rank these popular people in the order of their acumen and ability to serve the masses in the country.
In alphabetical order, the candidates were: Aamir Khan, Arvind Kejriwal, Baba Ramdev, Barkha Dutt, Kanhaiya Kumar, Mayawati, Narendra Modi, Navjot Singh Sidhu, Priyanka Gandhi, and Sushma Swaraj.
Kejriwal’s poor performance in the poll was expected because people have rejected him completely. After winning the Delhi election, Kejriwal failed to manage the affairs of Delhi.
Although it is largely believed that India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a popular person in India because of his huge media presence, Modi’s rank is a poor 8 in the list. Many factors – particularly his demonetization decision and excessive hype – have gone against Modi.
Among the other popular candidates, Priyanka Gandhi is at No. 2 and Sushma Swaraj is at No. 4.
All the people from India and abroad were encouraged to vote their favorite candidate.
If you want to know more about India and Indians, you can visit our REAL VOTER information center.
Although the poll is closed in the current phase, you can still select your option from the following names and click the small box under the names to vote and see the results.
For more information, you may please contact RMN editor, Rakesh Raman.
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