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Assessing Rajveer Singh’s performance as Etah’s MP

A ground-level survey of the Etah parliamentary constituency was conducted by India News to analyse the performance of Rajveer Singh, the Member of Parliament from Etah, and to gather voters’ feedback about him. Rajveer Singh is an Indian politician, who is a member of Bharatiya Janata Party and has won the 2014 Indian general elections […]

A ground-level survey of the Etah parliamentary constituency was conducted by India News to analyse the performance of Rajveer Singh, the Member of Parliament from Etah, and to gather voters’ feedback about him. Rajveer Singh is an Indian politician, who is a member of Bharatiya Janata Party and has won the 2014 Indian general elections from Etah. Etah, renowned as the birthplace of Sufi saint Amir Khusro, holds immense historical and political significance. Traditionally a Samajwadi Party stronghold known as Yadavland, the dynamics shifted in 2009, and Rajveer Singh of the BJP, son of former UP CM Kalyan Singh, now represents the Lok Sabha seat.

Affectionately called Raju Bhaiya, his active political engagement and popularity led to successful terms from 2014 to 2019. Etah, with approximately 17 lakh voters, witnessed a shift from Yadav dominance to influence by Lodhi-Rajput and Shaky voters, altering the election landscape. Despite slow development, caste considerations often outweigh developmental issues in this parliamentary constituency.

The upcoming 2024 general elections are significant for Etah Lok Sabha. Before the elections, the public is likely to scrutinize the work of their MP. India News is also conducting accurate surveys to gauge public opinion. Hence, it remains to be seen what Rajveer Singh’s report card will look like from Etah in the upcoming elections – a pass or fail.

So, in the Parliament, considering attendance, the number of questions asked, MP’s expenditure, and special contributions, Etah’s MP Rajveer Singh scores 1 number, receiving a total of 0.84 numbers, which is 84%, making it quite satisfactory. The parliamentary performance holds very little significance during the election. The real criterion is what the public thinks about their Member of Parliament on the ground. In the survey conducted by India News, some questions were asked, and the people of the Etah Lok Sabha constituency have openly responded.

After talking to thousands of people, let’s see what the public’s decision has come out to be. As mentioned earlier, the India News survey has been given 70% attention for evaluation, and based on this 70%, 7 out of 10 marks have been allocated. The calculation for our questions is also based on these 7 points. Let’s see what the results show.

The people of the Etah Lok Sabha constituency have candidly responded to all six questions without hesitation. Most individuals believe that an MP’s work is generally average in the region. Suggestions have been made for MPs to be more active in the area, as there was a considerable expectation from them. Regarding voting preferences, the majority in the Etah Lok Sabha constituency favour the NDA, and they express satisfaction with the work of the Modi government. Evaluating the answers, the people of Etah Lok Sabha seem to rate their MP, Rajveer Singh, at 7th place with a score of 3.57, slightly above average. Therefore, based on the ground survey, Rajveer Singh receives 51% approval.

In the India News survey, questions were posed to the public of the Etah Lok Sabha constituency regarding the performance of their MP. Evaluating the ground performance on a scale of 10, where 1 represents the best, the result indicates that the public rates MP Rajveer Singh at 1st place with a score of 0.30. This means that based on the ground performance, the public is giving the MP only 30% approval, which is quite low.

The assessment of parliamentary performance and social media scores for the MP has been shared. In the social media survey, questions were asked to the public on various platforms, similar to those in the India News survey. The results of the social media survey indicate that, based on a scale of 10 where 1 is the best, the MP is given a score of 0.33 in the social media assessment. This signifies that only 33% approval is received for the MP on social media, which is below average.

The assessment of parliamentary performance, including attendance, the number of questions asked, utilisation of MP funds, and special contributions, yielded a score of 0.84 out of 1. In the ground performance evaluation, the MP received a score of 0.30 out of 1. In the social media survey, the MP obtained a score of 0.33 out of 1. Combining these scores with the ground survey, the MP, Rajveer Singh, has an average score of 5.04 out of 10.

India News has conveyed this intriguing figure to its viewers after conversing with thousands of people in the Etah Lok Sabha constituency. Having engaged with individuals from various backgrounds such as women, men, farmers, labourers, students, and people of all religions and castes, an interesting statistic has emerged.

Based on this data, the current Member of Parliament from Etah, Rajveer Singh, has not received a satisfactory rating, indicating a below-par performance. Predicting the voting pattern on this seat during the elections remains challenging. As of the current date, the public in the Etah Lok Sabha constituency expresses dissatisfaction with the performance of their Member of Parliament and considers it a failure.

MP Report Card (Ground)
1. Are you satisfied with the work of your MP and would you like to re-elect them?
Yes 51.79%
No 44.73%
Can’t say 3.48%
2. Should your MP be more active for the development of the constituency?
Yes 89.90%
No 8.04%
Can’t say 2.06%
3. In the 2024 general elections, for which party would you like to vote?
N.D.A 54.94%
I.N.D.I.A 6.84%
Other party 15.97%
NOTA 4.45%
Can’t say 17.80%
4. On what basis will you vote in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections?
Modi government’s performance 49.96%
Unemployment and inflation 31.37%
Caste 1.41%
None of these 12.27%
Can’t say 4.99%
5. Have you benefited from the central government’s schemes?
Yes 52.66%
No 46.68%
Can’t say 0.66%
6. Which scheme has benefited you?
Free ration 24.21%
Jan Dhan Yojana 2.17%
Housing and toilet facilities 5.64%
Ayushman Bharat 2.82%
Ujjwala Yojana 1.62%
Other schemes 5.42%
All of these 11.76%
None of these 46.36%

Voter Demographics
Male 51%
Female 49%
Urban 20%
Rural 80%
Lodhi Rajput 15%
Brahmin 4%
Shakya 12%
Yadav 13.5%
Jatav 10.5%
Muslim 9%

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