- NDA can win 362 seats out of total 543 Lok Sabha seats.
- The UPA is likely to win only 97 seats in the Lok Sabha.
- If the Lok Sabha elections are held now, the NDA is expected to get 41 percent of the total votes.
Desh Ki Awaaz : If the Lok Sabha elections are held now, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi can register a landslide victory in 362 out of the total 543 seats in the Lok Sabha. A nationwide opinion poll by India TV-Matrix News Communication has come to this conclusion. The results of this opinion poll named ‘Desh ki Awaaz’ were broadcast on India TV, the country’s number one news channel, from 4 pm today (Friday 29 July).
UPA has only 97 seats
According to this survey, if the Lok Sabha elections are held now, the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) is likely to win only 97 seats. On the other hand, ‘others’, which includes regional parties and independents, may win 84 seats. According to this survey, if the Lok Sabha elections are held now, the NDA is expected to get 41 percent of the votes, the UPA may get 28 percent and ‘others’ can get 31 percent.
Desh Ki Awaaz Opinion Poll
The details of the seats according to the states have come out in this survey, it is very interesting. In Uttar Pradesh, the most populous state, the NDA is likely to win 76 out of 80 seats. The UPA and others are projected to win only two seats. NDA can win 35 out of the total 40 Lok Sabha seats in Bihar, while the UPA is expected to win 5 seats. In Maharashtra, the NDA can win 37 seats out of the total 48 Lok Sabha seats, while the opposition parties can win the remaining 11 seats.
Desh Ki Awaaz Opinion Poll.
DMK in Tamil Nadu, TMC in Bengal
In Tamil Nadu, the DMK-led ruling UPA is likely to win 38 seats out of the total 39 Lok Sabha seats in the state, while the remaining one seat is expected to go to the NDA. Whereas in the LDF-ruled state of Kerala, the non-BJP opposition could win all the 20 Lok Sabha seats. In TMC-ruled West Bengal, out of the total 42 seats in the Lok Sabha, the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress is likely to win 26 seats, the NDA’s account of 14 seats and the UPA two seats.
State wise details given by the survey agency:
- Gujarat: Total seats-26, NDA-26, UPA-0
- Maharashtra: Total seats-48, NDA-37, UPA-11
- Goa: Total seats-2, NDA-2
- Rajasthan: Total seats-25, NDA-25
- Madhya Pradesh: Total seats-29, NDA-28, UPA-1
- Chhattisgarh: Total seats-11, NDA-10, UPA-1
- West Bengal: Total seats-42, NDA-14, UPA-2, Others (TMC)-26
- Bihar: Total seats-40, NDA-35, UPA-5
- Jharkhand: Total seats-14, NDA-13, UPA-1
- Odisha: Total seats-21, NDA-11, UPA-2, Others (including BJD)- 8
- Himachal Pradesh: Total seats-4, NDA-4
- Punjab: Total seats-13, NDA-3, UPA-3, Others (including AAP) 7
- Haryana: Total seats-10, NDA-9, UPA-1
- J&K, Ladakh: Total seats-6, NDA-3, UPA-0, Others-3
- Delhi: Total seats-7, NDA-7, UPA-0, Others-0.
- Uttar Pradesh: Total seats-80, NDA-76, UPA-2, Others-2
- Uttarakhand: Total seats-5, NDA-5, UPA-0
- Telangana: Total seats-17, NDA-6, UPA-2, Others (including TRS)-9
- Andhra Pradesh: Total seats-25, NDA-0, Others (including YSR Congress)-25
- Karnataka: Total seats-28, NDA-23, UPA-4 others-1
- Tamil Nadu: Total seats-39, NDA-1, UPA (including DMK)-38, Others-0
- Kerala : Total Seats-20, NDA-0, UPA-20, Others-0
- Tripura: Total seats-2, NDA-2, UPA-0.
- Assam: Total seats-14, NDA-11, UPA-1, Others-2
- North-East States: Total Seats-9, NDA-7, UPA-1, Others-1
- Other Union Territories: Total Seats-6, NDA-4, Others-0
Modi is the choice of 48 percent people for PM
In the survey, when people were asked about their first choice for the post of Prime Minister, 48 percent of the people said that they would like to see Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister again. After Modi, 11 percent people liked Rahul Gandhi. 8 percent for Mamata Banerjee, 7 percent for Sonia Gandhi, 6 percent for Mayawati and 5 percent for Arvind Kejriwal as their first choice as PM. While Nitish Kumar 4 per cent, K. Chandrashekhar Rao is the first choice as PM for 3 per cent and Priyanka Vadra for 2 per cent.
Desh Ki Awaaz Opinion Poll
Modi’s strongest political rival Rahul
When asked who is Modi’s strongest political rival, 32 per cent of respondents supported Rahul Gandhi while 19 per cent chose Arvind Kejriwal. 11 percent people supported Mamata Banerjee, 8 percent people supported Sonia Gandhi and 8 percent people supported Nitish Kumar. The survey work for the India TV-Matrix Opinion Poll ‘Desh Ki Awaaz’ was done between July 11 and July 24. The survey was conducted in 136 out of 543 parliamentary constituencies in the country. For this, samples of 34 thousand people were taken, in which 19,830 were males and 14,170 were females.
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