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Incredible win for BJP, humiliation for Congress: Opinion poll

January 25, 2014 20:03 IST

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An opinion poll conducted by ABP News-Nielsen should give the Bharatiya Janata Party lots of reasons to cheer.

According to the poll, conducted among 64,006 respondents, the saffron party will win a whopping 210 seats in the 543-member Lok Sabha in the forthcoming Parliamentary elections.

The Congress will get an embarrassingly low tally of 81 seats while the Aam Aadmi Party, despite all the hype surrounding it, will win only 11 seats, said the poll.

The BJP-led National Democratic Alliance will form the next government at the Centre with 226 seats, it said.

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As many as 53 per cent of the respondents wanted Narendra Modi to become the next prime minister of India, while only 15 per cent were in favour of Congress scion Rahul Gandhi taking over the top post.

Only 5 per cent of those polled wanted to see Delhi Chief Minister and AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal in the PM’s chair.

According to the poll, 47 per cent respondents did not believe the snoopgate allegations against Modi and 36 per cent did not agree to the Centre’s decision to probe the matter.

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The poll predicts bad news for the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance all around.

As many as 61 per cent respondents did not want the UPA government to serve a third term, while 43 per cent rated its performance as ‘poor’ or ‘very poor’.

To add to the Congress’s woes, 52 per cent of the respondents believed that the earlier NDA government’s performance was better than that of the current UPA government.

According to the opinion poll, 38 per cent respondents felt that Dr Singh’s performance was 'poor' or 'very poor'.

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The UPA government’s inability to control prices was the main reason for respondents to opt for the NDA, according to the ABP News-Nielsen Opinion Poll.

Many of them felt that a BJP-led dispensation would be able to bring down inflation and also tackle the alarmingly high levels of corruption in the government.

The opinion poll also revealed that only 10 per cent of the respondents welcomed the UPA’s much hyped schemes like the Right To Education and the Right To Food, while 33 per cent felt that these were merely political gimmicks.

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