UPA set for a crushing defeat: ABP News-Nielsen Survey

published on May 22, 2013

New Delhi: After nine years of rule, the UPA is set for a massive defeat. If polls were held today, the United Progressive Alliance will get a mere 136 Lok Sabha seats, according to a countrywide survey done by ABP News-Nilesen. The main Opposition NDA will garner 206 seats while others parties will get 167 seats.

Neither the United Progressive Alliance nor the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will get the magic numbers in general elections if it were to take place today. Voters are not in mood to see Congress-led UPA government back in power. In the 2009 general elections, Congress alone had won 209 seats.

Left parties will get 34 seats in election, said the survey. The NDA may try to form government but will need another 66 seats in their support.

Zonal performance:

UPA is winning 33 seats in East and 36 in North in comparison to NDA’s 49 and 67. In South UPA gets 36 seats against NDA’s 10 seats. The major players in southern states are the southern parties with 75 seats.

Modi’s effect is visible in western states. With 80 seats, the NDA is leading the zone. Congress will win 36 seats

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