POSTED BY Buzz ON Mar 28, 2014 AT 23:37 IST ,  Edited At: Mar 28, 2014 23:37 IST

Bihar: BJP 19, LJP 2, JDU 6, RJD 10, Congress 2

ABP News-Nielsen opinion has predicted that in Bihar, BJP is likely to emerge as the largest party with 33 per cent vote share and 19 seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.  BJP had got a vote share of 13.98 per cent and 11 seats in Bihar in 2009 elections. 

RJD is likely to gain from the loss of JDU, and is predicted to get 10 seats with a vote share of 17 per cent.  RJD had got 4 seats in 2009 general elections.

As per the poll, Nitish Kumar’s JDU is likely to face the heat of break-up as its vote share reduces to 12 per cent as compared to 23.8 per cent and 20 seats in 2009 general elections.

JDU faces a decline in the vote share with 12 per cent. It got a vote share of 14 per cent in February 2014 and 11 per cent in January 2014 opinion polls.

According to the poll, Congress is likely to get only 2 seats in the 40-seats of Bihar.

As per the poll, BJP in alliance with LJP is likely to hit 38 per cent vote share and 21 seats in Bihar.

Congress-RJD is predicted to get a vote share of 26 per cent with 12 seats.

The opinion poll was conducted in Bihar by ABP News-Nielsen between 9th March, 2014 to 16th March, 2014 with 2277 respondents.  
 
Maharashtra: BJP 19, SS 12; Congress 8, NCP 5

The BJP is likely to get a vote share of 24 per cent with 19 seats in Maharashtra, predicts the opinion poll conducted by ABP News-Nielsen. It will be a major gain for the party as compared to 9 seats in 2009 LS polls.

Congress is likely to shrink to 8 seats as compared to 17 seats and a vote share of 20.58 per cent in 2009 polls.

Arvind Kejriwal might not get any seat in Maharashtra, according to the poll. 

As per the poll, NCP is likely to get 5 seats with a vote share of 14 per cent in Maharashtra.

Shiv Sena is predicted to get around 12 seats; the party has improved in the last two opinions polls with a vote share of 15 per cent as compared to 14 per cent and 13 per cent in February 2014 and January 2014 respectively.  

BJP+ Shiv Sena are thus set to emerge as the largest alliance with 31 seats. According to the poll, BJP is likely to get a vote share of 39 per cent and 31 seats in alliance with Shiv Sena. Congress-NCP is likely to get a vote share of 29 per cent and 13 seats. 
  
The opinion poll was conducted in Maharashtra by ABP News-Nielsen between 9th March, 2014 to 16th March, 2014 with 2732 respondents.  
 
West Bengal: Trinamool 28, Left 10

Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress is likely to emerge as the largest party in West Bengal with 28 seats and 41 per cent vote share, predicts the ABP News-Nielsen opinion poll.

It’s a major gain for AITC, as the party had got 30.51 per cent vote share and 19 seats in West Bengal in 2009 LS polls. 

As per the poll, Left parties are likely to get 10 seats and 31 per cent vote share as compared to 43.09 per cent vote share and 15 seats in 2009 LS polls.

Congress is predicted to get 3 seats with a vote share of 8 per cent as compared to 6 seats in 2009 polls.

BJP is likely to get one seat with a vote share of 14 per cent in as compared to 6.22 per cent in 2009 polls.

The poll predicts that the CPM would get around 6 seats as compared to 10 seats in January 2014 opinion polls, while the CPI is likely to get 2 seats in the 2014 LS polls.

The opinion poll was conducted in West Bengal by ABP News-Nielsen between 9th March, 2014 to 16th March, 2014 with 2514 respondents.

The opinion poll was conducted in three states in 129 parliamentary constituencies with a total of 29, 453 respondents.

POSTED BY Buzz ON Mar 28, 2014 AT 23:37 IST ,  Edited At: Mar 28, 2014 23:37 IST
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7/D-165
Apr 04, 2014
11:37 PM

 A sad day today. The last of opinion polls came in and we wont have anything till the exit polls.

Analyzing polls was a good time pass and now have no idea what to do. May be watch rerun of Kejriwal's dharna.

Akash Verma
Chennai, India
6/D-204
Apr 03, 2014
08:28 PM

For what it is worth, looks like CSDS is going to project 40% for BJP and 29% for AAP in Delhi.

If these numbers hold up, it will be a clean sweep by the BJP.

Akash Verma
Chennai, India
5/D-177
Apr 02, 2014
11:12 PM

CSDS gives identical number for Maharashtra.

Though I am still worried about the state. One never knows what the Thackeray idiots would do.

Akash Verma
Chennai, India
4/D-175
Apr 02, 2014
10:47 PM

"I am eagerly waiting for Yogendra Yadav to denounce this poll."

Please be seated while you wait for YY to replace ths Salim cap with psephologist's hat.
 

KSJ
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3/D-170
Apr 02, 2014
09:39 PM

AAJTak, which is really AAPTak, did a poll on Delhi using AAP's own pollster and it is predicting a 7-0 sweep for the BJP!!

I am eagerly waiting for Yogendra Yadav to denounce this poll.

Akash Verma
Chennai, India
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