Lok Sabha Election 2019 Survey Result

By Gaurav Chhokar
Uploaded on April 13, 2019

Assembly Elections 2019, which will be held across the nation for 543 seats on 10 lakh polling booths, will start on April 11 & will be held in 7 phases between April 11 and May 19. Results will be declared on 23rd May 2019.
Latest survey result as follow:
NDA will win 290+ Seats
UPA will win 130+ Seats
Vote Share for NDA 40%
Vote share for UPA 31%

Lok Sabha Result date 23 May 2019

Election campaigning of all parties is in full swing on Lok Sabha elections (Lok Sabha Election 2019). The first round of voting has also been done on 11th April. This time there are total voting in seven phases. Seventh and final phase will be held on May 19 and results will be announced on May 23. Among these, many surveys have been predicted that some seats may be left behind by the BJP-led NDA majority. In such a situation, regional parties can have a big role in deciding which government will be formed at the Center. YSR Congress, led by YS Jaganmohan Reddy Under the leadership of Chandrashekhar Rao-led TRS, Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik and the BSP-SP alliance, who have maintained equal distance between both the BJP-led NDA and the UPA-led Congress, all will have a special look.

The TDP, led by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, and TDP of Chandrababu Naidu can also play a role in the formation of the government at the Center. Mamta Banerjee and Chandrababu Naidu have been trying to create anti-BJP alliance and even in this effort, they have mixed ties with the Congress. However, Mamata Banerjee has been targeting the Congress with a strong attack on the BJP, who has responded equally.

While BSP and SP have been condemning the BJP, they have kept the Congress out of their pre-election alliance and have shown it to be unimportant. These regional parties can win about 180 out of the 543 Lok Sabha seats and they will decide how many seats they will win in this election. Hung parliament will create many possibilities and non-Congress and non-BJP camps would like the same situation.

Jaganmohan Reddy had said earlier this month that he hopes to be the condition of hung parliament so that he can get a better deal for the state. Makkal Nidhi Moyam (MNM) leader Kamal Haasan has also said that it is likely that the Lok Sabha elections will create a hung parliament and become a third front government. According to a pre-poll conducted by the Center for Study of Developing Societies (CSDS), despite the increase in vote share, BJP may lose seats because of 'more united opposition' in key states. In the survey, BJP has been projected to get 222 to 232 seats, which is much less than the 283 seats it won in 2014.

Pre-poll shows that Congress party can win 74-84 seats, which won only 44 seats in 2014. According to the survey, the National Democratic Alliance can not even reach the majority figure and it is likely to get between 263 to 283 seats. The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) has been projected to get 115 to 135 seats. It was said in the survey released in mid-March that the NDA is likely to get 264 seats, which is less than eight seats for the 272 figures required to form a government. In this survey, the Congress-led UPA was estimated to get only 141 seats. In some surveys, the NDA has also been predicted to get majority.

There is also discussion of the formation of a federal front before the elections and Rao also held meetings with non-BJP and non-NDA parties before the election. Such efforts can be faster after the election. If there is a possibility of the formation of the third front, then some BJP and Congress partners can also be included in it.

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