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68% approve of Centre’s decision to withdraw farm bills: Public ki Awaaz poll

While addressing the nation on November 19, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the three contentious farm laws -The Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill, 2020, The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Bill, 2020 & The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, 2020 – would be repealed in…More

Festivities in the air but Indians still cautious with money: Public App Survey

5th October 2021: With festive season being just around the corner, a recent consumer poll by Public app with over 4 lakh respondents has revealed interesting social and economical consumer insights this year which has also been compared to a similar poll that was conducted in 2020. The poll highlights that while people are considerably…More

72% confident that Covid-19 vaccines are safe & effective against coronavirus: Public Ki Awaaz Poll

Majority (72%) believes that Covid-19 vaccines are safe and effective against coronavirus 8.8% of the respondents expressed hesitation in getting vaccinated About 25% responded positively to being fully vaccinated with both doses of vaccine In January 2021, India kicked off the world’s largest Covid-19 vaccination drive to vaccinate its nearly 90 crore eligible population. According…More

68% confident India will improve performance at Tokyo Olympics compared to Rio: Public ki Awaaz Poll

Nearly 76% see the world returning to normalcy with the Tokyo Olympics; 53% of the respondents are very excited. 22.74% and 21.98% are keen to watch Archery and Wrestling respectively, followed by Badminton (13.55%) and Boxing (8%). 33.71% said they’ll watch some other sport. Majority (74%) believes the Games help bring the country together and…More

47% find Whatsapp’s updated privacy policy unacceptable says Inshorts poll

January 12, 2021 With the debate raging over WhatsApp’s updated privacy policy in India, a whopping 47% respondents of an Inshorts poll said that they would not accept the policy and will look for alternatives of the messaging app. Around 14% respondents did not see any privacy concerns and said that they will accept and…More

COVID or no COVID: Indians are ready to unpause in 2021

January 13, 2021 As 2021 gets off to a shaky but hopeful start with everyone looking to put 2020 behind them, Inshorts conducted a New Year poll with over three lakh respondents giving their opinion on life as they see it in the new year. Vaccine rollouts notwithstanding, about 70% respondents said that the COVID-19…More

Inshorts launches location-based social network Public, logs a whopping 10 Mn users within 6 months

Announces continued growth momentum; records 300% QoQ growth 1 million videos are being created per month on Public National, January 08, 2020 – Location-based social network Public has registered a whopping 10 million users within 6 months of beta launch, becoming the fastest Indian social app to cross the milestone. Public allows people to record…More

RESULTS OF THE CYBERBULLYING POLL CONDUCTED ON INSHORTS

With the prevalence of social media platforms in today’s digital world, it is alarmingly evident that technology has created brand new challenges that affect the mental health of users, one of the major ones being cyberbullying. This technology-based peer victimization involves harassing, threatening, embarrassing, or targeting another person, intentionally and repeatedly, mostly with the intention…More

1 OUT OF 4 INDIAN VOTERS DO NOT BELIEVE EVM TO BE AUTHENTIC MEDIUM TO VOTE INSHORTS PULSE OF THE NATION SURVEY

85% want to make voting compulsory 45% of Indian voters will not be traveling back for elections if away from their hometown 26% Indian voters do not research extensively before voting National, March, 28th, 2019– India’s highest-rated news app – Inshorts, published the results of its ‘Pulse of the Nation’ survey on the outlook of…More

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