As per most recent Poll, Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin is the Best Chief Minister in India followed by Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan and Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik at second postion. Best Chief Minister in India, seventeenth August, 2021: India Today delivered its Mood of the Nation survey on sixteenth August. According to the India Today MOTN Most Popular Chief Minister in their Home States is MK Stalin who has 42% endorsement rating.
Naveen Patnaik has 38% endorsement rating while Pinarayi Vijayan has 35% endorsement rating. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has backing of 31% residents from Maharashtra. He is trailed by Mamata Banerjee who has endorsement rating of 30%. Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma and Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath are at sixth and seventh position individually. Their endorsement rating is 29%.
As per the most recent Ormax survey, MK Stalin has kept up with his top situation among best Chief Ministers in India. Naveen Patnaik and Pinarayi Vijayan are second Best among the Chief Minister’s. Ormax delivered their survey for the Best CM in India for the long stretch of July. The survey has appraised Chief Minister MK Stalin as Best Chief Minister while Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik and Kerela CM Pinarayi Vijayan are in second position. They are trailed by Yogi Adityanath of Uttar Pradesh and Mamata Banerjee of West Bengal. Jagan Reddy who beat two months prior has now moved to fifth spot.Three out of the best 5 Chief Ministers won the May gathering decisions demonstrating a vacation impact.
Top 12 Best Performing Chief Ministers Of India In 2021 According To A Survey By India Today
1. MK Stalin, 67% down 1%
In May, MK Stalin imparted second situation to Odisha CM. For the period of June he moved to the top position. He has been fruitful in keeping up with his best position additionally for the period of July. His general fame rating saw 1% decay.
2. Pinarayi Vijayan: 61% down 6%
Kerala CM Pinjarayi Vijayan was in first situation in the rundown of Best Chief Ministers in India for May. Last month he has was appraised as second Best CM in India. This month he imparts second situation to Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik. Last month he acquired 2% in his prevalence rating and this month he lost 6%.
3. Naveen Patnaik, 61%, down 2%
Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik in the wake of making his entrance as Best Chief Minister for April, dropped down in the positioning in May as second Best CM in India. For June he acquired 1% in his prevalence and was in third position. This month notwithstanding losing 2% in his fame, he imparts second situation to Kerala CM.
4. Yogi Adityanath, 59%, up 4%
Without precedent for most recent a half year Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath lost his top situation as Best Chief Minister in India April. For May his rating saw a 7% decay however in the period of June he acquired 8% in his prominence rating. He was put at sixth situation during the current month. This month his ubiquity rating saw 4% increment and from sixth position he presently is at third positon.
5. Mamata Banerjee, 57%, down 1%
Mamata Banerjee has been chosen as Chief Minister of Bengal for the third sequential time. In spite of 10 years of against incumbency, TMC won in excess of 200 seats in Bengal. Her positioning saw a huge ascent in the long stretch of May as she was set at fourth position and last month she dropped one position down and was evaluated as fifth Best CM in India. This month her rating saw 1% decrease yet has rank has moved to fourth from fifth position.
6. YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, 53%, up 6%
Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan lost an absolute 10% in his rating last month. He was at fourth situation for the period of May. For June he was been pushed to ninth position. For July, he has moved from ninth spot to fifth spot with 6% increment in his prevalence rating. Andhra govt to put aside Rs 10 lakh fixed installment for kids stranded in pandemic.
7. Himanta Biswa Sarma, 52% down 8%
Subsequent to taking over as Chief Minister of Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma has made his entrance in the Best Chief Minister in India list. He wasrated as third Best Chief Minister in India in May and last month he was in fourth position. In July he lost 8% in his rating and presently he is at sixth spot.
8. Arvind Kejriwal, 51%, down 1%
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal endorsement rating was 44% in May yet in June month he has acquired 8% in his endorsement rating. This month he has kept up with his seventh situation with 51% endorsement rating.
9. Shivraj Chouhan, half, down 1%
Shivraj Singh Chouhan who was imparted the No 1 spot to UP CM as Best CM in India in January lost his best position last April. In May he furthur lost 6% in his rating and is was put at No. 12 position. Be that as it may, for June he acquired 9% in his rating and is at eighth position. This month regardless of losing 1% in his rating he is still at eighth position.
10. Vijay Rupani: 48% , up 4%
Gujarat’s Chief Minister saw an unforeseen ascent in his prominence in April. He was appraised as second Best Chief Minister among the CM’s of Indian states. Yet, in May he has lost his positioning by and by. In May he lost 9% and was tied at thirteenth situation with Nitish Kumar. In June with 6% increase he was at twelfth position. For July he has again made his entrance among 10 Best Chief Ministers. He is at ninth situation for July appraising. No immediate section to town for Gujarat Kumbh guests, RT-PCR test compulsory: CM Vijay Rupani
11. Uddhav Thackeray, 46%, down 1%
Uddhav Thackeray was positioned fifth in April month’s overview report yet in May he lost his positioning and has moved to eighth spot. In June he positioning saw a decrease however notoriety saw ascent of 2%.He was at ninth situation in June. For July he has moved to tenth situation with 1% decrease in his notoriety rating.
12. Jai Ram Thakur, 46% down 6%
The Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh made his new passage into Best Chief Minister of India list in the long stretch of January and in May he had was positioned sixth spot. Last month he has acquired his rating however the positioning went down from sixth to eighth. For July raking, he has shares tenth situation with Maharashtra Chief Minister.