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BJP-led NDA may cross 220 seats in Lok Sabha elections: Opinion poll

Publish Date: 25 Jan 2014, 08:47 AM
Last Updated: 26 Jan 2014, 12:21 PM
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New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led NDA is projected to cross 220 seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, according to an opinion poll. The survey also predicts about a poor performance by Congress and a better show by regional parties like Trinamool Congress and AIADMK.


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The prediction also shows BJP getting 192-210 out of 543 Lok Sabha seats. The Congress has been shown to be getting 92-108 seats.
While the survey predicts 211-231 Lok Sabha seats to BJP-led NDA, it gives only 107-127 seats to Congress-led UPA. Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress is projected to get 20-28 Lok Sabha seats. The survey shows Jayalalithaa's AIADMK getting 15-23 seats.
The Left is estimated to get only 15-23 seats. The survey gives 6-12 Lok Sabha seats to Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and also predicts about a dismal show by the Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).
According to the survey, Samajwadi Party is set to get only 8-14 seats and BSP 10-16 seats. In terms of poll percentage, the BJP is projected to get 34 percent voteshare, a 15.2 percent jump since 2009 Lok Sabha polls.
At the same time, the survey shows Congress getting 27 percent voteshare - a 1.6 percent decline since 2009.

The survey futher shows that Narendra Modi continues to be the top choice for the prime minister's post - much ahead of Rahul Gandhi.  While 34 percent preferred Modi to be prime minister, only 15 percent supported Rahul.
According to the survey, in a direct face-off between Modi and Rahul, 42 percent prefer BJP's prime ministerial candidate and only 25 percent prefer Congress vice-president as PM.


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  • madan gupta26 Jan 2014, 00:00 AM

    There is no reason to be happy if Modi is leading. At a proper opportunity when BJP is in a position to from Govt. THE DEVIL ADVANI will fire an atom bomb, spoiling the game with the help of some ANTI MODI ELEMENT. Modi's victory lies in the elimination of ADVANI. He should be assured that he will be given President post after Pranab, but what he will do by then. madan lal gupta, harianawala

  • Ali25 Jan 2014, 00:00 AM

    4 state openion pools was 95% correct

  • Ali25 Jan 2014, 00:00 AM

    4 state openion pools was 95% correct

  • avichal25 Jan 2014, 00:00 AM

    how can we trust on these kind of causeless surveys and polls...they are proved wrong in past and may be fail in future..

  • Imran Khan25 Jan 2014, 00:00 AM

    Don't believe in paid surveys, these agencies always making fool to people.

  • Amit Singh25 Jan 2014, 00:00 AM

    Don't belive in paid surveys, these agencies always making fool to people.

  • Piyush25 Jan 2014, 00:00 AM

    BJP had glorious past in doing Paid surveys, In 2004, and 2009. People teach them lesson, this time also people will did the same.

  • Divya25 Jan 2014, 00:00 AM

    Survey didn't decide final results, In 2004 all surveys leading BJP but results are totally opposite, this time also people reject them and vote congress.

  • Ankush25 Jan 2014, 00:00 AM

    Survey agencies are on for sale they don't have any credentials, they are politically motivated. BJP have Modi as their best salesman.