Indian voters want jobs and lower prices, survey shows

By Shivam Patel
Updated April 12 2024 - 7:55pm, first published 7:52pm
India's six-week-long general election starts on April 19, with results to be announced on June 4. (AP PHOTO)
India's six-week-long general election starts on April 19, with results to be announced on June 4. (AP PHOTO)

Unemployment and inflation are the main concerns of Indian voters but Prime Minister Narendra Modi's strong leadership, his party's Hindu nationalist agenda and India's rising global stature will likely help his re-election bid, a survey shows.

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