BJP is likely to emerge as the single largest party with 217 seats and NDA with 236 in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, predicts an opinion poll conducted by ABP News-Nielsen. Congress will be confined to 73 seats and Kejriwal's AAP is likely to get around 10 seats.
NDA has gained 10 seats as compared to the opinion poll conducted in January, 2014.
NDA is predicted to get a vote share of 46 per cent from Western India and around 38 per cent vote share in northern India.
As per the ABP News-Nielsen opinion poll, Narendra Modi seems to be a clear choice as Prime Minister. Over 57 per cent respondents want Modi to be PM. Rahul Gandhi scores over Kejriwal with 17 per cent. Only 3 per cent respondents have voted for Arvind Kejriwal as prime minister.
Narendra Modi 57%
Rahul Gandhi 17%
Arvind Kejriwal 3%
As per the opinion poll, the non-UPA, others will have around 186 seats.
CPI (M) 18
According to the ABP News-Nielsen opinion poll, inflation emerges as the issue which affects people the most in their day to day life with 46% respondents saying so. According to 34 per cent respondents corruption is the biggest problem and 18 per cent feel unemployment is a major problem.
Price rise/Inflation 46%
As per the opinion poll, BJP is likely to get around 80 seats in north India. NDA to get around 88 seats of the 151-seats in north India. AAP is likely to get 9 seats and Congress 17 seats. UPA is predicted to get 23 seats in north India.
As per the ABP News-Nielsen opinion poll, NDA likely to get 88 seats in western India. BJP alone is likely to get 79 seats. Congress is likely to get 15 seats and AAP to get only one seat in the 116- seat western India.
According to the ABP News-Nielsen opinion poll, UPA would lead marginally over NDA with 26 seats in southern India. Congress is predicted to get 23, and BJP is likely to get 20 seats in South.
As per the ABP News-Nielsen opinion poll, NDA to lead with 39 seats, BJP likely to get 30 seats and Congress predicted to get around 18 seats in Eastern India.
The opinion poll was conducted by ABP News- Nielsen in 129 constituencies with 29,252 respondents during 4th February to 15th February 2014
It's hard to imagine there are still 73 constituencies that are willing to elect congress after the decade long tamasha they imposed on the country.
OLI would certainly thank you for showing a silver lining!
This is an anti-incumbency TSUNAMI - howevermuch Modis image wallahs may want to claim that is is a victory for Moditva.
Modi has only Maun Moan Singh to thank.
"After slamming Modi for almost 10 years in every issue, this is what Outlook has to report to Sonia!".
Why not ? OLI may argue - "But for OLI he wouldn't have reached even double digits".
The discomfiture of sickos towards opinion polls may be fun to watch. But one should be magnanimous and accomodative enough to allow them relieve their frustations in this forum.