New Delhi, Jan 6: The annual chronicle ‘Goonj India Index 2015′ has branded Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as most hated Indian in 2015 while Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emerged as the second politician after Dr APJ Abdul Kalam in the most lovable list. The Aam Aadmi Party has also been branded the most hated political party by the same survey.
According to the report published on ‘The Goonj India Index 2015’ portal, the Aam Aadmi Party leader Kejriwal topped the list of most hated Indians in 2015 followed by Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on the second most hated Indians while Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan was on the third position in that list. The site also mentions Congress president Sonia Gandhi on fifth position in the same list.
The latest report released by Goonj India, a mass media research outlet, tracked down the trends, popular mentions on Twitter, Facebook, Google searches and YouTube viewership to map the popularity of the individuals and whether they were discussed in positive or negative light.
The score has been given in Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) format where 1 GPM is equal to an estimated reach of 100K on digital media in which Arvind Kejriwal got the highest (1.99 GPM) score in hated list followed by Rahul Gandhi (0.73 GPM) and Aamir Khan (0.72 GPM).