SEATS OF POWER

Congress has made it­self ir­rel­e­vant in Andhra but has gained in Kar­nataka

India Today - - OPINION POLL -

Andhra Pradesh

There is huge sup­port for YSR Congress, whose gain is from Congress seats. The party may get 23- 27 seats if Lok Sabha polls were to be held now.

Gu­jarat

If Lok Sabha elec­tions were to be held early, Congress would get only 6- 10 of the 26 seats while BJP could win 16- 20 seats.

Kar­nataka

Cor­rup­tion charges and in­fight­ing among state BJP lead­ers seem to have paved the way for Congress resur­gence. The sur­vey shows a 9% swing against BJP.

Ma­ha­rash­tra

The bick­er­ing be­tween Congress and ally NCP may af­fect UPA’s vote share. UPA is likely to get 20- 23 seats and NDA23- 28 if Lok Sabha polls were to be held early.

Ra­jasthan

Congress is likely to lose votes in 2014 Lok Sabha polls be­cause of cor­rup­tion charges. NDA­could get 10- 15 seats if polls were held to­day, while UPA could get 5- 10 seats.

Ut­tar Pradesh

SP could get 23- 27 seats, BSP 17- 21 seats. The swing to­wards BJP is likely be­cause it’s an al­ter­na­tive to the Congress at the Cen­tre and BSP and SP are not.

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