One of the tallest feathers in Narendra Modi’s cap as claimed by his camp is his popularity among the netizens. In fact that has been one his primary propaganda for the top job. The Modi camp is never tired of flaunting the rapidly increasing numbers of his followers, supporters on social media and assuming the correctness of the numbers, he indeed had surpassed all the Indian leaders.
Google has a unique product called Google Trends which indicates to a fair certainty the relative popularity of people who are being searched on Google. The popularity is represented in terms of a line-graph and more the number of searches for a person, the more would would be the popularity of the person which would be reflected in this graph. We present here the relative popularity graph of the three most talked about leaders of our country these days namely Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi and Arvind Kejriwal.
This graph presents the relative popularity rating of the aforementioned leaders for the months between August-2013 to January-2014. It can be seen from the graph that between September-November 2013, the blue line representing Modi’s popularity graph was ruling the roost way above Arvind’s red graph as well as Rahul’s yellow graph. In fact Arvind’s popularity rating was way below both Rahul’s and Modi’s.
8th December seems to be a turning point for both Arvind as well as Modi. Arvind’s popularity shot up to 65% whereas Modi’s popularity fell to 37%. Since then, Modi’s blue line has been struggling to keep afloat and at the time when we’re writing this article he’s already down to 30% whereas Arvind’s popularity has not only soared but has saturated at the highest point of 100%.
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall
All of Modi’s donkeys and all of Modi’s money
Couldn’t put Humpty together again.