POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON Apr 14, 2009 AT 14:45 IST ,  Edited At: Apr 15, 2009 03:53 IST

UPA 205 - 215
NDA 160 - 170
Third Front 120 - 130
Fourth Front 30 - 35
Others

6- 10


Fieldwork : GfK-MODE
Sample : 51390

 

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POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON Apr 14, 2009 AT 14:45 IST ,  Edited At: Apr 15, 2009 03:53 IST
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Apr 17, 2009
01:49 AM
What a lousy posting this blog got. Few guys are simply unable to see that how write has criticised harshly MMS in the end of the article. They simply start their ass blaiming Pro-govt media. Sick readers.
Sunil Kumar
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15/D-213
Apr 16, 2009
04:39 PM
NDTV's poll is totally not having any credibility. I was watching the programme when they were analysing the poll for Karnataka. They projected and increased voteshare for BJP and a decreased vote share for all other parties. when it came to seats, they projected lower seats for BJP and higher seats for congress. How can this be possible. Well in NDTV polls it can, because they watch everything from anti BJP prism. After all relatives will have some influence.
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14/D-213
Apr 15, 2009
08:06 PM
I understand the anger of majority of fellow bloggers that how blatantly some of the channels support a specific party..for example NDTV which is viewed as Pro-Congress.But the point i would like to make is do you guys really think that these polls sway the voters towards a pecific party..my answer is no.The reason is ..let us divide india into 3 categories 1) Rich people 2) Middle Class -450 million people and 3)poor people -- 600 million..Rich people vote for god knows plus who cares and they dont care too..middle class which has a knowledge of these polls mostly go for BJP because they like the concept of Hindutva and hate Congress for its minority appeasing freebies,quota system etc. and a large scale disillusionment of Congress that they done nothing in the 50 years they have ruled..But the problem with the middle class is we just dont go and vote and the people who vote in large numbers 3) Poor people decide who wins and who doesnt and they dont care about these polls and many i am sure dont even know what this poll means..you give them 2 kg rice ..manipulate them as these political parties do they will vote for you...The best way to show these pollsters wrong is to go out and vote ..so i say middle class take some time off on the voting day and go out and vote..Jagore
spindoc
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13/D-208
Apr 15, 2009
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It's disheartening to note that NDTV has become so pro-congress, just a not tilt but this is complete obediance!!! V disappointing for those who have always respected Prannoy....
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Apr 15, 2009
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BJP is no less in buying channels...watch AAJ TAK n u wil inderstand...NDA didnt only bought the channel but also its editor Prabhu Chawla...
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