It is being reported from the news that only 22% of NRIs are voting for Trump because Trump is in support of Modi. As you all know, India-US relations have been going well for the last few years, due to which some Indians living in America are in support of Donald Trump. Donald Trump will also see an appearance in the US election from 3 November. As you all know, a survey was done a few days before the election in November, in which it was found that half of Indian Americans have agreed to the performance of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Stay tuned on this page and read how many people are in support of Donald Trump?
- 22% of NRIs are in support of Trump, Modi’s supporter is in Trump’s support and Trump’s opponent, Modi’s opposition
- 68% of the votes that Joe Biden is expected to receive and 22% votes for Trump
- 48% of Indian Americans approved the performance of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but 32% disapproved of his performance
People very much like the love between Modi and President Donald Trump. The news has revealed that 68% of the votes that Biden will receive and 22% for Trump. As you all know, Indian Americans have been giving their votes to the Democratic Party from the very beginning. 2008 saw 93% of the vote for Barack Obama. However, 67 per cent of Democratic Indian Americans faced adamantly and also opposed Trump’s “Muslim ban”.
The Indian American voting pattern is divided here. Will be seen, time spent within the US and the region. And it was seen that only 28% of people living within the US for 10 or fewer years have come forward to vote for Trump. People within the Midwest are considering voting for 27%. And those within the South are deciding to vote 24%.
Moreover, 48% of Indian Americans approved the performance of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but 32% disapproved of his performance. Those who are supportive of Trump are also supporters of Modi, and those who are opposed to Modi are also against Trump. Biden’s decision to choose Kamala Harris, Kamala Harris is identified as an Indian and a Black.