Donald Trump gets divided ‘vote’ in India
New Delhi, Nov 11 (IANS) Over 30 per cent of total 1,62,807 people across India, who were asked if they were happy with Donald Trump being elected as the US President said “yes” but a whopping 38 per cent said “no”.
The survey, conducted by Inshorts and Ipsos, also said that over 30 per cent people expressed their inability to answer the question and chose the option “can’t say anything”.
Out of total 20,473 people, who said “yes”, 9,913 are in the age bracket of less than 25 years, 7,591 are in the age group of 25 to 35 years and 2,969 are over 35 years of age, the survey report given to the IANS said.
On being asked if India-US relations would improve with Trump as President, more than 44 per cent responded in positive while over 26 per cent people said “no” to it.
To another question if governments all over the world need to tackle illegal immigration more seriously, whopping 80 per cent said “yes” and only seven percent of the survey voters responded in negative, while the rest expressed their inability to express their view on it.