ADR-Daksh Survey: Maharashtra Assembly Election 2014

ADR and Daksh have conducted a voter perception survey of over 20,000 respondents across all the 288 Assembly constituencies in Maharashtra in September ahead of the Maharashtra Assembly elections. The larger purpose of this survey was to highlight voter priorities so that they are reflected in the election agenda and manifestos of political parties. Respondents have also rated the performance of the status of governance on these issues in the past five years, reflecting a sort of “performance rating”.


Lok Sabha 2014, MP's rating on IBN

This is the largest ever survey in India with over 250,000 respondents in 525 constituencies of the Lok Sabha. It is perhaps the largest survey ever done in the world in one country. The purpose of the survey is not to predict the poll outcome.


Lok Sabha 2014, Performance Rating of MPs from Andhra Pradesh

The Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) has conducted the largest ever survey in India with over 250,000 respondents in 530 Lok Sabha constituencies. The larger purpose of the survey is to highlight voter priorities so that elections in future are fought on voter issues, and more importantly, the manifestos of future Governments reflect voter priorities.


Lok Sabha 2014, ADR-Daksh Survey Report for Gujarat region

The Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) has conducted the largest ever survey in India with over 250,000 respondents in 530 Lok Sabha constituencies. The larger purpose of the survey is to highlight voter priorities so that elections in future are fought on voter issues, and more importantly, the manifestos of future Governments reflect voter priorities.


Lok Sabha 2014, ADR-Daksh Survey Report for Orissa region

The Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) has conducted the largest ever survey in India with over 250,000 respondents in 530 Lok Sabha constituencies. The larger purpose of the survey is to highlight voter priorities so that elections in future are fought on voter issues, and more importantly, the manifestos of future Governments reflect voter priorities.


Will Netas Follow SC's 'Swachh Politics' Order? | The Right Stand With Anand Narasimhan

Exercising its constitutional powers, the Supreme Court on Thursday made it mandatory for all political parties to give reasons for putting up candidates with criminal antecedents in general and assembly polls.


8 new rules for India's criminal Netas | The Urban Debate: Mirror Now

On The Urban Debate with Tanvi Shukla, In a bid to crackdown on the rising number of candidates with criminal backgrounds, Supreme Court issues fresh directions. Will naming & shaming criminal netas clean up Indian politics or do we need a tougher law?


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