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Jobs please! What young voters want from politicians before 2019 polls

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As many as 130 million first-time voters -- more than the population of Japan -- will go to the polls due by May. A key issue for this electorate is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s failure to deliver on his promise of creating 10 million jobs a year -- a pledge that won him the hearts of India’s youth in the 2014 election.

Yet with barely eight months to go to polls, voters who believe job creation is Modi’s biggest failure have risen to 29 per cent from 22 per cent in January 2018, the Mood of the Nation by India Today found.

Jobs please! What young voters want from politicians before 2019 polls

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Jobs please! What young voters want from politicians before 2019 polls

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Jobs please! What young voters want from politicians before 2019 polls

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Jobs please! What young voters want from politicians before 2019 polls

TMC MP�Somen Mitra�set to resign, says party moving away from principles http://t.co/ffP0dbNLp5— Union Budget (@UnionBudget) October 20, 2014

Jobs please! What young voters want from politicians before 2019 polls

It's time for the adventure of a lifetime. Enjoy up to 10% off monthly base rates! https://t.co/BF9fvlYxPz pic.twitter.com/fa4qSQpdT8 — Budget Car Rental (@Budget) December 30, 2018

Jobs please! What young voters want from politicians before 2019 polls

It's time for the adventure of a lifetime. Enjoy up to 10% off monthly base rates! https://t.co/BF9fvlYxPz pic.twitter.com/fa4qSQpdT8 — Budget Car Rental (@Budget) December 30, 2018

First Published: Fri, September 21 2018. 16:07 IST

Jobs please! What young voters want from politicians before 2019 polls

Jobs please! What young voters want from politicians before 2019 polls

 

As many as 130 million first-time voters -- more than the population of Japan -- will go to the polls due by May. A key issue for this electorate is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s failure to deliver on his promise of creating 10 million jobs a year -- a pledge that won him the hearts of India’s youth in the 2014 election.

Yet with barely eight months to go to polls, voters who believe job creation is Modi’s biggest failure have risen to 29 per cent from 22 per cent in January 2018, the Mood of the Nation by India Today found.

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