Opinion polls in lead up to the Lok Sabha elections 2019 predict that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) -led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will come back to power, but they may fall short of the magic number of 272. On the same line NEWS MANTRA predicated.
Most popular news website Newsmantra already predicated that NDA will form the government but no majority to BJP alone.
No majority to modi
On 4th April 2019 news provider and most popular website for accuracy newsmantra has predicted that modi is most popular brand as pm but will be short of majority.
After almost maximum candidate announce and campaign pick up it’s coming in survey that current modi led NDA will not get majority mark and will be needed to take help of others.
Newsmantra did survey across India and more than 55000 people responded regarding ongoing Loksabha polls shows local factor and employment will play bigger role.
Newsmantra survey final…
Here’s a closer look at other three polls:
Times Now-VMR opinion poll
A survey by Time Now- VMR shows that the NDA will come back to power with 279 seats. It projects 149 seats for the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) and 115 for other parties and candidates.
CVoter opinion poll
The BJP and its allies are expected to win 267 of the 543 parliament seats at stake, the CVoter polling agency said, just five short of the halfway mark required to rule.
The latest estimate is down sharply from the alliance’s current tally of 330 seats secured when Modi swept to power in 2014, promising to transform India.
“In the immediate aftermath of the Balakot strikes the percentage of those strongly satisfied with the government rose to a recent all-time high of 52 per cent,” CVoter said, referring to the raid in Pakistan’s Balakot area.
LOKNITI-CSDS-TIRANGA TV-THE HINDU-DAINIK BHASKAR PRE POLL SURVEY 2019
The fourth pre-poll survey conducted by Lokniti of the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies indicates that the BJP and the National Democratic Alliance a second term.
Despite an increase in vote share, the BJP is likely to lose seats due to a “more united Opposition” in key states. The survey pegged BJP’s seat estimate between 222 and 232, significantly lower than the 283 seats that the party won in 2014 Lok Sabha elections. The survey showed that NDA may or may not cross the majority mark, winning between 263 and 283 seats. The United Progressive Alliance is estimated to have between 115 and 135 seats.