In part 5 of this series, Lokniti-CSDS’s study on the urban poor tries to assess how people living in Delhi’s slums perceive the current law and order situation in the capital and to what extent they trust the police and assess the work done by them.
In part 4 of this series, Lokniti-CSDS’s study on the urban poor of Delhi tries to see the outreach of some popular welfare schemes and whether the targeted groups are indeed getting the benefits they are supposed to.
🔴 Does it benefit the development of a state if it elects the same party as the one ruling at the Centre? CSDS survey looks at what voters think of the idea, and how far election results have reflected their opinion.
Age shows a clear relation with occupation. Close to four in five youth from the youngest cohort were studying and only 4% were earning, while close to half of the youth in the 18-24 group were studying and only one in five were earning.
During the elections, women voters were seen as an important constituency. Some media reports had raised this aspect, particularly since turnout figures after each phase had indicated a greater participation of women as compared to men. Eventually, the overall turnout among women went up by five percentage points from 54.5 per cent in 2010 to […]