The BJP would become a single largest party in the ensuing Lok Sabha elections. It would get 220 seats even if election were conducted today with Narendra Modi, the chief minister of Gujarat, as its PM candidate. Otherwise it would get only 137 seats.
According to survey conducted by the Headlines Today-CVoters, the UPA's tally is set to crash by 95 in 2014 Lok Sabha elections. The outcome was surprising in the way that the UPA's loss does not seem automatically translating into big gains for the NDA. The opinion poll was conducted by Headlines Today on occasion of completion of nine years tenure of the Manmohan government in the center. The survey was conducted in between March-May months and questioned 1.2 lakh public across the 504 LS Constituencies.
For, the lion's share of the seats might be cornered by smaller regional parties which have not yet disclosed their cards. While this alternative front looks set to bag as many as 68 more seats, the NDA might just add 27 more seats to its 2009 tally.
Among the UPA's current allies, the Congress leads the downfall, losing 90 of the 206 seats it won in 2009. The NCP is losing 3 seats from its tally of 9 in 2009. The BJP looks all set to emerge as the single biggest party with 137 seats, a jump of 21 from its total in 2009 with the Congress finishing second at 116.
Congress will face an embarrassing moments in the coming LS elections for 42 seats in Andhra Pradesh as per the opinion poll It will lose 25 seats out of its present tally of 33 while Jagan’sYSRCP is likely to get 11 seats and TRS would win 11 seats. The Chandra Babu Naidu’s TDP would additionally gain four seats to increase its tally to 10 and MIM will retain its seat.
As per the opinion poll Congress will lose Delhi and Rajasthan and woman power will gain seats for Trinamul Congress in West Bengal and AIADMK in Tamil Nadu. In Bihar, chief minister Nitish Kumar’s magic will continue and BJP will gain more seats in Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. Mood of anti congress will become a key factor in UP and Maharashtra elections.