Lokniti in partnership with ABP News has done a series of national surveys in the last one year to gauge the political mood of voters. They serve as an important instrument to understand voter sentiment between the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
With the 2019 Lok Sabha elections approaching, Lokniti is inviting question suggestions for the National Election Study. We have identified some broad themes for the survey. You are welcome to contribute to as many themes as you would like.
Since the mid-1990s, Lokniti has conducted election studies during all national elections and several state elections in India. Our data unit holdings constitute one of the largest archives of survey data on voter behaviour and attitudes.
Even as Lokniti's core activity revolves around elections, over the years it has also conducted a series of public opinion studies on a wide range of topics particularly those that deal with specific social issues and segments.
Over the last four years Lokniti members have attempted to make in-depth sense of the 2014 election verdict mainly using the NES data. This has resulted in an edited book and several analytical pieces in newspapers and academic journals.
Lokniti in collaboration with Common Cause has brought out India’s first Status of Policing in India Report. It is a combination of performance and perception about policing through an analysis of official data and an elaborate perception survey.
Attitudes, Anxieties and Aspirations of India’s Youth: Changing Patterns is a study based on a sample survey of young Indians aged 15 to 34 years. It was conducted in April 2016 and the findings were released in the form of a report a year later.