Survey Round Up: Indians are happy with Govt but personal situation a mess
Political and Related
Ipsos: 87% of Urban Indians are happy with how the Narendra Modi Government is handling the Coronavirus Crisis. 75% of Indians are also happy with the WHO
C-Voter Telephone Survey: 76.3% Trust the Government a lot, this was 58.6% in 2018
YoGov: 62% of Indians afraid of COVID-19, Germany at 44%, Malaysia at 85%
C-Voter Survey: 30.8% Indians have no Trust at all for Social Media, 12.5% had a lot of Trust. 6.8% Indians have no Trust at all for Newspapers, 34% had a lot of Trust . 16.1% Indians have no Trust at all for TV, 42.3% had a lot of Trust
CII CEO Survey: 45 per cent of the CEOs polled feel it will take over a year to achieve economic normalcy once the lockdown ends.
CII CEO Survey: 65 per cent expect revenues to fall more than 40 per cent in the current quarter (April-June 2020).
CII CEO Survey: For financial year 2020-21, 65 per cent of the firms are anticipating a revenue fall of more than 20 per cent
CII CEO Survey: 54 per cent anticipate job losses in their respective sectors after the lockdown ends.
Korn Ferry: 22% of companies think their revenues will fall by more than 30%. 11% think it will fall by more than 50%
Korn Ferry: 3 in 10 companies have implemented a salary freeze
Korn Ferry: 84% of companies have NOT implemented a temporary or permanent layoff
TimesJobs: 55% of Hiring Managers report an increase in need for remote workers
Husys Consulting Pulse Survey: 58% companies have implemented 100% work from home.
Local Circles: 47 percent of SMEs have either already run out of cash or have less than a month of savings before they exhaust their funds.
CMIE Survey: 122 million Indians are out of jobs at the moment (27.1% Unemployment rate)
IHS Markit India Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) fell to 27.4 in April, from 51.8 in March, reflecting the sharpest deterioration in business conditions across the sector since data collection began over 15 years ago.
Linkedin Says 45% of workforce (Sample: those on LinkedIn) are struggling with their finances
LinkedIn also says 32% have reported a drop in incomes
ET Survey: 39% say they are facing a salary cut. 15% are set to lose their jobs
Mckinsey: 54% have seen a loss in income, 67% have cut down spending. 57% saw a loss in household saving
Mckinsey: Nearly half of Indians think their finances will be hit for more than 3 months
Crosby Textor: 86% of Indians are worried about losing their jobs and livelihood due to COVID-19
Local Circles: 78 per cent of the respondents want e-commerce firms to sell all items, essential as well as non-essential