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Assessing Chandrasen Jadon’s performance as Firozabad’s MP

A ground-level survey of the Firozabad parliamentary constituency was conducted by India News to analyse the performance of Chandrasen Jadon, the Member of Parliament from Firozabad, and gather voters’ feedback about him. Chandrasen Jadon, an Indian politician, secured a seat in the Lok Sabha, the lower house of India’s Parliament, representing Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh, in […]

A ground-level survey of the Firozabad parliamentary constituency was conducted by India News to analyse the performance of Chandrasen Jadon, the Member of Parliament from Firozabad, and gather voters’ feedback about him.
Chandrasen Jadon, an Indian politician, secured a seat in the Lok Sabha, the lower house of India’s Parliament, representing Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh, in the 2019 general elections as a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). BJP now holds this seat, and currently, Chandrasen Jadon from BJP is the Member of Parliament from here.
Over the years, the Socialist Party, followed by Congress and later the Samajwadi Party, wielded influence. Presently, the BJP holds significant sway over this constituency, housing approximately 1.8 million voters. Despite this, development appears unequal across various areas, highlighting the pressing need for rural advancement.
The political discourse often intertwines with developmental narratives in this region with five assembly seats. Yadav voters’ substantial presence here dictates electoral outcomes, alongside the pivotal influence of Muslim, Jatav, and Yadav voters during elections. The populace has grappled with persistent issues, setting the stage for the 2024 general election, anticipated to be pivotal.
Based on Firozabad’s development and incomplete promises, the public rates their MP, Chandrasen Yadav, at 5 marks with a score of 2.55, which appears average. India News’ survey of Firozabad’s public also questioned the MP’s performance on the ground. The ground performance assessment is at 2, where the MP scores only 0.62, which is quite low, amounting to just 31%. Most people believe that the MP’s work is average. On the question of giving the MP another chance, more people seem indecisive. Many raise questions about the MP’s work. However, the Modi factor is more critical than the MP factor for the people here. But even the Modi factor doesn’t hold much significance for the locals.
The electorate expresses dissatisfaction with their MP’s performance, citing unmet promises and ongoing problems. As the nation approaches the 2024 elections, the evaluation of the incumbent’s work will significantly influence the voters’ decision-making process. The need for comprehensive development in critical sectors remains an urgent concern for the region.

MP Report Card (Ground)
1. Are you satisfied with the work of your Member of Parliament?
A. Yes – 52.10%
B. No – 45.77%%
C. Don’t know – 2.13%%
2- Would you like to re-elect your current Member of Parliament?
A. Yes -51.09%
B. No – 46.18%
C. Don’t know – 2.73%
3- If the candidate is changed, will you still vote for the same party?
A. Yes – 70.53%
B. No – 19.64%
C. Don’t know – 9.83%
4- In the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, what basis will you vote on?
A. Modi factor – 31.95%
B. MP factor – 25.20%
C. Party factor – 38.22%
D. Don’t know – 4.63%
5- Will the Modi Factor play a role in the 2024 general elections?
A. Yes – 73.60%
B. No – 18.46%
C. Don’t know – 7.94%
Ground Survey Rating – 2.55/10

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