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Source NDTV – 13/14-Mar-2014 -Polls done by Survey Conducted by Harsha Research Group.

Half way BJP to 272 mark, Opinion Poll 2014 election

Half way BJP to 272 mark, Opinion Poll 2014 election

All Party tally of Opinion Poll India election  2014

All Party tally of Opinion Poll India election 2014

Uttar pradesh opinion election 2014

Uttar pradesh opinion election 2014

Punjab Opinion Poll Election 2014

Punjab Opinion Poll Election 2014

Assam forecast -Opinion poll election 2014

Assam forecast -Opinion poll election 2014

Orisha Opinion poll election 2014

Orisha Opinion poll election 2014

5 Best states women feel safe

5 Best states women feel safe

5 Worst States women feel unsafe

5 Worst States women feel unsafe

Seemandhara Election opinion poll 2014

Seemandhara Election opinion poll 2014

Telangana Opinion Poll Result 2014

Telangana Opinion Poll Result 2014

Kerala Opinion Poll 2014 election

Kerala Opinion Poll 2014 election

Bihar Forecast

Bihar forecast 2014

Jharkhand election Opinion Poll 2014

Jharkhand election Opinion Poll 2014


Gujrat Election 2014 Forecast

Gujrat Election 2014 Forecast

Chhattisgarh Election Opinion poll 2014

Chhattisgarh Election Opinion poll 2014

Madhya Pradesh  Forecast election opinion poll 2014

Madhya Pradesh Forecast election opinion poll 2014

Harayana Opinion Poll election 2014

Harayana Opinion Poll election 2014

Delhi Opinion poll election 2014 forecast

Delhi Opinion poll election 2014 forecast

Rajasthan Forecast Election 2014 opinion polls

Rajasthan Forecast Election 2014 opinion polls

West Bengal Election 2014 opinion polls

West Bengal Election 2014 opinion polls

Tamil Nadu Election 2014 opinion Poll

Tamil Nadu Election 2014 opinion Poll

Karnataka opinion polls 2014

Karnataka opinion polls 2014

Modi-led NDA way ahead than UPA, to win 236 seats in LS polls 2014: ABP News-Nielsen Opinion Poll – (22-Feb-2014)
UPA 92: East 21 (142) North 23 (151) South 26 (134) West 22 (116)
NDA 236: East 39 (142) North 88 (151) South 21 (134) West 88 (116)
Left 29: East 14 (142) North 9 (151) South 15 (134) West 0 (116)
Others 186: East 68 (142) North 40 (151) South 72 (134) West 6 (116)

The Opinion Poll has found that NDA is set to win 236 seats in the 543-seat parliament while the incumbent UPA-II government is projected to win mere 92 seats.

According to the projection, BJP alone will get 217 (won 116 seats in 2009) seats out of a total 543 Lok Sabha seats. The Congress is projected to get only 73 (won 206 seats in 2009) seats–133 less than 2009 seat position in the Lower House.

The non-UPA and non-NDA parties seem to be holding a key share of national vote bank, reveals the survey. Left parties are likely to gather 29 seats while Others in the political fray could likely bag 186 seats.

The poll forecast that the BJP would win the lion’s share of the vote in many of the big states that typically decide the fate of the polls.

BJP is forecast to win 40 (won 11 in 2009) of the 80 seats in Uttar Pradesh, the most populous state in the country.

It is also predicted to emerge as the largest party in Bihar, with 21 (won 12 seats in 2009) of the state’s 40 seats, and to win 19 (won 9 in 2009) of the 48 seats in Maharashtra. 7 seats go to Congress while NCP gets 7 seats. Shiv Sena gets 9 (won 11 in 2009) here.

BJP could bag 26 of Madhya Pradesh’s 29 seats and 22 out 26 seats from PM nominee Narendra Modi’s home turf Gujarat.

Rajasthan again where BJP is in power could give 20 seats to the party from the state’s electoral share. Congress set to win 5 here.

17 (won 19 in 2009) seats from Karnataka’s 28 could go BJP’s way as well while 8 seats likely to be won by Congress.

In Kerala, CPM is forecast to win 7 seats, while Congress could add 6 seats to its kitty out of the 20. Jayalalithaa’s AIADMK is seen winning 19 seats out of 39 in Tamil Nadu. DMK gets 13.

Congress may win only 2 seats in Tamil Nadu.

Out of the 14 seats in Assam, 8 seats could be captured by the Congress.

Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress is set to win 29 (won 19 seats in 2009) seats outs of 42, CPM could hold on to 7 here while Congress may latch on to 2 in West Bengal.

BJD is set to win 16 out of 21 seats in Orissa, 3 go to the BJP.

NDA’s vote share percentage is seen at 31% while UPA’s is projected at 24%. Left has 5% while Others take around 40% overall.

The ABP News-Nielsen Opinion Poll based on national representative sample of 29,000 randomly selected respondents across the country in the month of February.

Lok Sabha Election 2014 , Opinion Poll Exit Poll for Lok Sabha Elections 2014, – All Exit Polls Are here .


Opinion & Exit Poll Survey 2014

India Election Opinion Poll : BJP+ to get 211-231 & Congress to win 107-127 seats in

CNN IBN India Election Opinion Poll survey 2014 : BJP+ to get 211-231 & Congress+ to win 107-127 seats in. Bharatiya Janata
Party-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is emerging largest alliance in upcoming loksabha election 2014.

Projected Seats for BJP+( NDA)

Party Loksabha Seats
BJP+ 211-231
BJP 192-210
BJP Allies 13-19

Projected Seats for Congress+( UPA) in Loksabha Poll 2014

Party Loksabha Seats Between
Congress + 107-127
Congress 92-108
Congress Allies 13-21

Projected Seat for Regional Parties & Others

Party Loksabha Seats
Trinamool Congress (TMC) 20-28 Loksabha Seats
YSR Congress Party 11-19 Loksabha Seats
Biju Janata Dal (BJD) 10-16 Loksabha Seats
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) 10-16 Loksabha Seats
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) 15-23 Loksabha Seats
Left Front 15-23 Loksabha Seats
Telugu Desam Party (TDP) 9-15 Loksabha Seats
Samajwadi Party (SP) 8-14 Loksabha Seats
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) 7-13 Loksabha Seats
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) 6-12 Loksabha Seats
Janata Dal United (JDU) 7-13 Loksabha Seats
Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) 6-10 Loksabha Seats
Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) 4-8 Loksabha Seats
Janata Dal Secular (JDS) 4-8 Loksabha Seats

ABP Haryana Poll Survey 2014: BJP will win 6 and Congress-1

ABP NEWS Haryana opinion poll survey 2014 there is wave in
favor of BJP who will likely to get 6 loksabha seats. Below are the
seats projection of 10 constituency in Haryana

Projected Seats Party Wise

Party Loksabha Seats
BJP 6 Loksabha Seats
Congress 1 Loksabha Seats
HJC- 6 Loksabha Seats
AAP 1 Loksabha
INLD 5 Loksabha Seats

BJP will win 24 seats , RJD-5 & JDU-6 in ABP NEWS Bihar Opinion poll Survey January 2014
ABP NEWS Bihar Opinion poll Loksabha Election 2014 show the BJP will get huge seats in Bihar. The opinion poll conducted in January 2014 :

Narendra Modi is most preferred PM candidate in Bihar. The ABP NEWS opinion poll survey shows there is wave in favor
of BJP who will likely to get 24 loksabha seats. Below are the projection of 40 seats in Bihar

Projected Seats Party Wise

Party Loksabha Seats
BJP 24 Loksabha Seats
Congress 2 Loksabha Seats
JDU 6 Loksabha Seats
AAP 0 Loksabha
RJD 5 Loksabha Seats
Other 3 Loksabha seats

Rajasthan election Poll Survey: BJP set to rout Congress, win 20-24 seats

CNN IBN 7 & CSDS Poll Survey 2014 Rajasthan Loksabha Election 2014 Opinion Poll survey: BJP set to win 20-24 seats
in Rajasthan as per poll survey telecast today 23 January 2014. There are 25 loksabha seats in the state.
Party wise Estimated seats BJP will win 20-24 seats Congress likely to win 0-2 seats Others will manage to win 1-3 seats
Favorite PM Candidate : Narendra Modi is leading the PM race with a huge 48% Rahul Gandhi got 23 percent Arvind Kejriwal
has got 4 per cent backing for the PM post.Vote Projection 2014

Estimated Vote Percentage in Rajasthan

Party Vote Percent Share
Congress 33 %
BJP 54%
BSP 3%
AAP 4%
Others 6%

CNN IBN 7 Uttar Pradesh Poll Survey 2014: BJP will win 41-49 seats and BSP 10-16 seats

CNN IBN 7 Uttar Pradesh Loksabha Election Opinion Poll

Survey 2014: BJP is likely to win 41-49 loksabha seats while BSP and SP
manage to win 10-16 seats and 8-14 seats respectively

IBN 7 Party wise projected seats General Election 2014

Party Loksabha Seats
BJP 41-49 Loksabha seats
SP 8-14 Loksabha seats
BSP 10-16 Loksabha seats
Congress 4-10 Loksabha seats
Other 2-6 Loksabha seats

Estimated Vote Share in UP Loksabha Poll 2014

Party Vote Percent Share
BJP 38%
SP 17%
BSP 17%
Congress 16 %
AAP 5%
Others 7%

APP will get 4-6 seat in IBN 7 Delhi Opinion Poll survey Jan 2014

Loksabha Election IBN 7 & CSDS Opinion poll survey 2014:

APP will get 4-6 seat in IBN 7 Delhi Opinion Poll survey Jan 2014
As per the opinion poll survey the ruling Aam Admi Party is going to
win huge seats in upcoming loksabha election in Delhi. The AAP is
expected to garner 48 per cent votes in the Lok Sabha elections.

Party wise seat projection

Party Loksabha Seats
AAP 4-6 Loksabha Seat
BJP 1-3 Loksabha seats
Congress 0

IBN 7 Maharashtra Opinion Poll survey 2014 – BJP 25-33 seats and congress 12-20

Maharashtra Opinion Poll survey 2014: BJP likely to win 25-33 seat in upcoming Loksabha Election 2014 as per CNN IBN7 poll shown 22 January 2014

Party Loksabha Seats
BJP+ 25-33
Congress+ 12-20
Others 1-5

Estimated Vote Share for Maharashtra Loksabha General Election 2014

Party Vote Percent Share
BJP( RPI+Shiv Sena +BJP) 44%
Congress(Congrees+ NCP) 35%
MNS 2%
AAP 5%
BSP 4%
Others 8%

Madhya Pradesh (MP) Loksabha Election 2014 opinion poll survey of CNN IBN 7

Madhya Pradesh Loksabha Election 2014 opinion poll result:IBN 7 & CSDS Gujarat Opinion Poll Survey Jan 2014. There are 26
Loksabha Seats in Gujarat out of which BJP may win 20-25 seats

Projected seat party wise result show in CNN IBN MP opinion Poll Survey Jan 2014 for 29 seats

Party Loksabha Seats
BJP 23-27
Congress 2-5
Others0 4

Estimated Vote Share for Madhya Pradesh Loksabha General Election 2014

Party Vote Percent Share
BJP 51 %
Congress 29%
BSP 5%
AAP 3%
Others 8%

IBN 7 Gujarat Opinion Poll Survey Jan 2014- BJP to get 20-25 seat

Gujarat Loksabha Election 2014: IBN 7 & CSDS, Gujarat Opinion Poll Survey Jan 2014. There are 26 Loksabha Seats in
Gujarat out of which BJP may win 20-25 seatsProjected seat party wise result show in CNN IBN Poll Survey

Party Loksabha Seats
BJP 20-15
Congress 1-4
Others 0-2

Most Favorite PM Candidate
71% voter are satisfied with Modi while 22% of voter are not satisfied with Narendra Modi Government.

Party Vote Percent Share
Narendra Modi 46% want to saw Modi as PM
Rahul Gandhi 16 %
Arvind Kejriwal 5%
Sonia Gandhi 5%

Estimated Vote Share for Loksabha Election 2014

Party Vote Percent Share
BJP 53 %
Congress 32
AAP 7
Others 8

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