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These three charts capture how Indians feel about Uber right now

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AP Photos/Tsering Topgyal
Indians are upset with Uber.
By Devjyot Ghoshal
Published Last updated This article is more than 2 years old.

On Monday, a little over a thousand people across India were asked what they thought of Uber, days after a young woman accused a cab driver working with the San Fransico-based startup of raping her.

Their answers, collated by polling service instaVaani, revealed that although the majority hold Uber responsible for the incident, significant numbers don’t agree with the Delhi government’s decision to ban the app-based cab booking service.

These charts capture the public sentiment about Uber—including the subtle difference in how men and women perceive the issue.


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