- India TV-Matterize has known the mood of Uttar Pradesh
- Lok Sabha elections held today, 52 percent votes for NDA
- Congress may do a little better than last elections
Desh Ki Awaaz: A proverb is often said in politics that the way to Delhi goes through Lucknow. This means that the party which performs well in Uttar Pradesh in the Lok Sabha elections, has a higher chance of forming the government at the Centre. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, BJP had won 62 out of 80 seats and its ally Apna Dal won two seats. India TV-Materise has done a survey and tried to know that if elections are held in Uttar Pradesh today, how much profit or loss will be there for BJP, let us know-
BJP will jump in vote percentage
According to a survey by India TV-Matterize, if the Lok Sabha elections are held today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA alliance in Uttar Pradesh will get 52 per cent votes as against 50 per cent in 2019. At the same time, 21 percent votes can be got in the name of Akhilesh Yadav, whereas in 2019, 18 percent votes were received. Mayawati may have to suffer a big loss in the event of elections being held today and may have to be content with only 12 per cent votes as against 19 per cent in 2019. At the same time, there is not much difference in the condition of Congress and if elections are held today, it can get 6 percent votes, whereas in 2019 also it got the same number of votes.
Once again BJP’s dunk will ring in UP
If Lok Sabha elections are held in Uttar Pradesh today, Modi can win 76 out of 80 seats as against 64 in 2019 elections. At the same time, Akhilesh, who won 5 seats in the last elections, can be reduced to 2 seats in the event of elections being held today. At the same time, the condition of Congress may be slightly better than the last elections and it can win 2 seats in total. Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party will be the biggest loser in these elections. According to the survey, if elections are held today, BSP will not be able to win a single seat, whereas in 2019 it had won a total of 10 seats.
This is how India TV-Materise Survey was done
The India TV-Materise Survey has been conducted from July 11 to July 24. During this, the survey team reached 136 parliamentary seats in the country and got to know the opinion of the people. A total of 34 thousand people were included in this survey, out of which 20 thousand are men and 15 thousand are women. The margin of error in this survey is minus/plus two. In this way, this survey has been done on a very large scale and has the power to show the mood of the public to a great extent.
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