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Jyoti Mishra


Healthcare in India: rarely an election issue, despite limited access
Tue, Jul 20, 2021

The absence of a positive experience with public healthcare not only pushes people towards private healthcare facilities, but also pushes the issue of health out of public political considerations.

Explained: Do Indians relate more to their regional identity or national identity?
Tue, Mar 30, 2021

The responses alert us to the fact that language remains an important emotive factor, but its political expression might be somewhat less predictable than it is supposed to be.

Delhi assembly election results: Popularity cut across class, only poor voted AAP a myth
Sat, Feb 15, 2020

As opposed to 66% of the poorest voters voting for AAP in the 2015 elections, this election saw a 5 percentage point dip in support for AAP among them, with the party securing 61% of their support.

Historic sweep powered by Mamata
Sun, May 22, 2016

Trinamool Congress chief most popular among CM aspirants, more popular than her government; women her stronger supporters than men

Bihar post poll survey: Women did make impact but only to an extent
Mon, Nov 09, 2015

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 […]