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Assembly Elections 2011: Post Poll Projections

Assembly Elections 2011: Post Poll Projections
Assembly Elections 2011: Post Poll Projections
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  2006 CSDS ORG Nielson C-Voter
  % Seats % Seats % Seats Seats Seats
Tamil Nadu: 234
AIADMK+ 40 69 46 120-132 47 105-120   168-176
DMK+ 45 163 44 102-114 48 115-130   54-62
Others 13 2 7          
West Bengal: 294
Left+ 50 227 40 60-72 38 65-70 60 60-72
TC+Cong+ 41 55 50 222-234 48 210-220 225 227-235
Others 9 12 10     10-15 9  
Kerala: 140
UDF 42 90 45 63-71 53 85-92   83-91
LDF 49 40 46 69-77 46 48-55   49-57
BJP+     6          
Others     3          
Assam:126
Cong 31 53 36 64-72 31 41-47   41-45
AGP+ 23 27 18 16-22 20 31-35   31-35
BJP 12 10 9 7-11   16-18   14-18
AIUDF 9 10 13 11-17   13-15   11-15
Others 25 26 24 12-20       7-11*
Puducherry: 30
Cong + 46.3 19            
AIADMK+ 27.91 7            
Others 25.79 4            

The percentage figures are indicative, rounded off and adjusted broadly for the change in alliances since 2006
* Only for Bodo People's Front

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