With less than a week left for the first phase of polling, citizens can barely contain their excitement. This is evident with the fact that numerous polls are being conducted with the voters heartily participating to gauge who the next leader will be. In this regard, a number of polls, organized by various news agencies and media organizations have been conducted. The poll findings convey the mood of the people and are indicative of general trends. Though the organizations conducting the polls are as different from one another as can be, they have one thing in common, i.e., the result. Every one of them has resulted in the NDA government coming back to power.
The latest opinion poll has been presented on Republic TV, conducted by the very famous and accurate opinion poll, Jan Ki Baat. Unsurprisingly, the poll has put NDA right on top of the list, giving it around 304 to 316 seats. Out of this majority, BJP alone is expected to get around 248 to 260 seats. UPA meanwhile has been given 126 to 117 seats out of which Congress is getting a meager 73 to 70 seats. The poll also mentions other alliances and parties which are expected to get 113 to 110 seats in the Lok Sabha elections.
Superior methodology has been used in the survey, which is, “Geo-strategically selected units through purpose sampling” and the interview technique used was “Structured, face to face interviews.” The opinion poll has been conducted between Feb 1st to April 2nd, 2019, with a sample size of 5 lakhs.
The results of Jan Ki Baat Poll done in partnership with @republic and @Republic_Bharat between Feb 1 to April 2 2019 with sample of 5 lakh@pradip103 @PMOIndia @narendramodi#Elections2019 #JanKiBaat2019OpinionPoll #PradeepAnalysis pic.twitter.com/Wr8cblQBdX
— Jan Ki Baat (@jankibaat1) April 4, 2019
The survey also predicted the Congress to increase its tally at least from the 44 it secured in 2014. The UPA, on the other hand, is expected to win between 117-126 seats. Consistent with the disparity in the number of seats, the NDA is likely to secure a vote-share close to 50% while the UPA is predicted to manage only 39%.
In Madhya Pradesh, the NDA is likely to win 22-25 seats while the UPA is slated to win between 4-7. In Bihar, the former is expected to win between 28-33 seats while the rest may go to the UPA. In Uttar Pradesh, one of the most crucial states for the BJP, the party will likely lose a significant chunk of seats it had won last year. However, it is still expected to win more than 40 seats. The SP-BSP alliance appears set to win anything between 25-33 seats.
Recent poll has been conducted by Jan Ki Baat, one of the accurate poll predictor. The poll has predicted NDA win on 304 to 316 seats. Out of this Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is expected to get around 248 to 260 seats. UPA will win 126 to 117 seats out of which Congress will have share of only 73 to 70 seats. For other alliances and parties, the poll has predicted a win around 113 to 110 seats in the Lok Sabha elections.
The Survey has used superior methodology for finding the results. The strategy that has been used is, “Geo-strategically selected units through purpose sampling” and the interview technique used was “Structured, face to face interviews.” The opinion poll has been conducted between Feb 1st to April 2nd, 2019 with a sample size of 5 lakhs.
Several polls in the past such as Times Now-VMR, IndiaTV-CNX, News Nation, India Today -Karvy, India TV – CNX, ABP News, all these polls have come out declaring NDA in majority. Moreover, apart from the opinion polls, in the betting industry too, the odds are highly in favour of the NDA government.
The Opposition parties tried their best to degrade PM Modi and his Government. They left no stone unturned to tarnish his image. They stooped so low that they even did politics over our soldier’s death. They questioned PM Modi first, blamed him for the Pulwama attack, lashed out at him for not doing anything. Later, when he took revenge instead of supporting his move they posed a question mark on our soldier’s capability and demanded proof from the Government for the strikes
They thought that this will help them a lot in creating a false narrative against Prime Minister Modi. And they will be able to present him as a villain. But as usual, our hero Prime Minister Modi turned all the tables and will come back to power with a bang
All these surveys show that PM Narendra Modi is the popular choice of the nation and nation feels more secure and safe under him. Modi wave is not over but has strengthened more