According to a CNN-IBN and The Week survey done by Lokniti at CSDS, the BJP and its ally Apna Dal may win between 42 and 50 parliamentary seats out of the total 80 seats in Uttar Pradesh.

Narendra Modi is the most popular person for the Prime Minister's post in the state followed by Rahul Gandhi, the survey concluded.

It projected the Samajwadi Party may get 11 to 17 Lok Sabha seats while Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party may bag between 10 and 16 seats. It gave a bleak figure of between four and eight seats for Congress-RLD alliance in Uttar Pradesh.

In Rajasthan, the survey claimed that the BJP would sweep the polls with 21-25 seats with Congress likely to get 0-2 seats.

In Delhi, the survey found that the BJP may get 40 percent of the votes and three to four Lok Sabha seats, Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) capturing two to three seats and the Congress bagging just one seat.

However, it said the voters’ preference for the Delhi Assembly are different, with AAP likely to get 42 percent votes, ahead of BJP (36 percent) and Congress (16 percent).
At 38 percent, Narendra Modi leads the race in being the preferred PM choice in Delhi with Kejriwal second at 20 percent, the survey claimed.
The survey also said that the SAD-BJP combine may get 42 percent vote share in the Lok Sabha polls in Punjab and predicted that the Congress-PPP alliance may get 29 percent.

The opinion poll gave an edge to BJP-HJC combine with a projected vote share of 36 percent in Haryana. It showed 30 percent vote percentage in favour of Congress and 16 percent and 7 percent for INLD and AAP respectively.

It also talked about a neck-and-neck contest between the Congress and BJP in Himachal Pradesh with 45 percent vote share and AAP finishing third with seven percent.


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