UPA is projected to get 129 seats, of which Congress alone will win 106 while NDA will get 229, falling short of the majority figure of 272. (Agencies)
The survey said that the alternative front will get 55 seats while 'others' will win 130 out of the total 543 constituencies going to polls from next month.
BJP is projected to have substantial gains in Uttar Pradesh where the survey shows it getting as many as 40 seats out of 80, up from 10 seats it got last time. The ruling SP will win only 13 seats, a loss of 10 seats from the last elections, it said.
Congress and RLD together are projected to win 12 seats, a drop of 14 seats from the last Lok Sabha polls. In Odisha, Naveen Patnaik's BJD is projected to win 17 seats, an increase of three seats while Congress will lose three seats and settle at only three seats. However, BJP will open its account with one seat against none in the last elections, the survey said.
According to survey, BJP will not get any seat in Assam and Congress will gain more seats than the last elections. AGP will also not win any seat, it said, adding Congress and AUDF will win 13 seats.
The opinion poll said YSR Congress will bag 15 out of 25 seats in the Seemandhra region while TDP will win in nine. Congress was projected to face a rout in the region losing 20 seats to settle at with only one seat.
Congress was also projected to lose in the Telangana region. The survey projected 11 seats for TRS out of total 17, a gain of nine seats from the last elections. Congress was projected to get only five seats, a loss of seven seats over the last elections.
In Kerala, however, Congress-led UDF will end up with maximum seats at 13 but will lose three seats, the survey said. While the BJP will draw a blank in the state, Left's tally will increase to seven as compared to four in the last elections, it said.
UPA is projected to get 129 seats, of which Congress alone will win 106 while NDA will get 229, falling short of the majority figure of 272.