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Voters� priorities largely neglected by Sonowal govt

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NEW DELHI, April 6 - A key survey by an Election Commission-associated organisation has detected that voters� priorities in Assam have been largely neglected by the Sarbananda Sonowal-led BJP government.

The Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), which commissioned perhaps the largest ever voter survey in any country, has reported that it has become quite clear from the fact that the government has performed poorly and under-whelming on all 10 governance issues as rated by the voters of Assam.

The Assam Survey Report 2018 has said the performance of the government on all top three voters� priorities of better employment opportunities (2.04 on a scale of 5), better hospitals � primary healthcare centres (2.08), and better roads (2.30) was rated as below average.

In rural Assam, top most voters� priorities were better hospitals � primary healthcare centres (51 per cent), better employment opportunities (45 per cent), and agriculture loan availability (44 per cent).

The performance of the government on rural voters� priorities of better hospitals � primary healthcare centres (2.12 on a scale of 5), better employment opportunities (2.08), and agriculture loan availability (2.08) was rated as below average. In addition, the government has performed poorly in providing agriculture subsidy for seeds � fertilizers (1.97) and availability of water for agriculture (2.05) in rural Assam.

For the urban voters in Assam, the top most priorities were better employment opportunities (55 per cent), better roads (50 per cent), and lower food prices for consumers (39 per cent). The performance of the government on urban voters� priorities of better employment opportunities (1.93 on a scale of 5), better roads (2.15), and lower food prices for consumers (1.97) was rated as below average.

In addition, the government has performed poorly in providing electricity for domestic use (1.94) and better hospitals � primary healthcare centres (1.99) in urban Assam.

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Voters� priorities largely neglected by Sonowal govt

NEW DELHI, April 6 - A key survey by an Election Commission-associated organisation has detected that voters� priorities in Assam have been largely neglected by the Sarbananda Sonowal-led BJP government.

The Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), which commissioned perhaps the largest ever voter survey in any country, has reported that it has become quite clear from the fact that the government has performed poorly and under-whelming on all 10 governance issues as rated by the voters of Assam.

The Assam Survey Report 2018 has said the performance of the government on all top three voters� priorities of better employment opportunities (2.04 on a scale of 5), better hospitals � primary healthcare centres (2.08), and better roads (2.30) was rated as below average.

In rural Assam, top most voters� priorities were better hospitals � primary healthcare centres (51 per cent), better employment opportunities (45 per cent), and agriculture loan availability (44 per cent).

The performance of the government on rural voters� priorities of better hospitals � primary healthcare centres (2.12 on a scale of 5), better employment opportunities (2.08), and agriculture loan availability (2.08) was rated as below average. In addition, the government has performed poorly in providing agriculture subsidy for seeds � fertilizers (1.97) and availability of water for agriculture (2.05) in rural Assam.

For the urban voters in Assam, the top most priorities were better employment opportunities (55 per cent), better roads (50 per cent), and lower food prices for consumers (39 per cent). The performance of the government on urban voters� priorities of better employment opportunities (1.93 on a scale of 5), better roads (2.15), and lower food prices for consumers (1.97) was rated as below average.

In addition, the government has performed poorly in providing electricity for domestic use (1.94) and better hospitals � primary healthcare centres (1.99) in urban Assam.

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