Lok Sabha election 2019 – The Bugle of the Lok Sabha elections can now be played in any given week. Political parties are busy finalizing their preparations. The new equations of the state are being created and all the smaller parties are busy combating each other and increasing their strength. This is the question that will be formed in 2019 and who will be defeated. In the midst of this noise of politics, Aaj Tak tried to find the mood of the country in his survey with Karvy Insights and whether the results like 2014 will be repeated in 2019 or this time there will be a new government in the center.
The results of the survey show that in 2019, there has been a lot of difference in terms of votes compared to 2014. In 2014, NDA got 38 percent votes while UPA’s share had only 23 percent of the votes. In the other parties, then 39 percent of the votes were cast. We know that this vote percentage had given BJP-led NDA a huge majority at the center and Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister. After that every six months, the voting percentages of Aaj Tak surveyed country continued to change. In the survey for this month, the NDA is estimated to get 35 percent of the votes and 33 percent for the UPA. 32 percent of the remaining parties are going to vote in the other parties.
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When this vote is converted into seats, the picture of the Lok Sabha becomes clear for the next five years. The picture is that the 16th Lok Sabha will be hung in which no party or alliance is going to get a majority on its own. The biggest loss is BJP-led NDA and its seats can fall from 99 to 237. The UPA seems to be making a tremendous return but it is going to be far away from the power. His constituency is growing at 106 and he is expected to get 166 seats. Other parties are also being harmed. They can win 140 seats, whereas last time their figure was 153.
Lok Sabha election 2019: survey
Lok Sabha election 2019: It is clear from the results of the survey that the NDA is estimated to lose 3% of votes in 2019 compared to 2014, while 10% more votes are being received in the UPA account and it gets 33% of votes in 2019 compared to 23% in 2014. Can do.
Other parties are facing huge losses compared to 2014. In 2014, their total vote was 39 percent, but this time it is estimated that in 2019 they get 32 percent of the votes.
The political parties that have been included in the NDA in this survey include Bharatiya Janata Party, All India N Rangaswamy Congress, Apna Dal, Bodo People’s Front, DMDA, Janata Dal United, Assam Gana Parishad, Naga People’s Front, PMK, National People’s Party, RPI (A), Shiromani Akali Dal, Sikkim Democratic Front and Shiv Sena. In addition to the Congress in UPA, DMK, JDS, National Conference, JMM, Kerala Congress (Mani), IUML, NCP, RJD, National Lok Dal, Telugu Desam Party have been included in the UPA.
Other parties include the Aam Aadmi Party, the Assam Gana Parishad, AIADMK, Forward Block, Trinamool Congress, AIUDF, Biju Janata Dal, CPI, CPI-M, Indian National Lok Dal, PDP, Kerala Congress (Joseph) Maharashtra Navnirman Sena, NLP, RSP, TRS, YSR Congress, Independents and SP-BSP-RLD Coalition.
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