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NDA will win Lok Sabha race, but will need more allies: Poll

March 07, 2014 00:44 IST

NDA will win Lok Sabha race, but will need more allies: Poll

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The National Democratic Alliance is likely to win between 212 and 232 seats and UPA 119-139 seats in the Lok Sabha elections, a poll survey has claimed.

The CNN-IBN/IBN7-CSDS survey projected that BJP on its own is likely to secure between 193 and 213 seats and Congress will end up with 94-110 seats.

The survey projected Mamata Banerjee-led TMC to emerge as the third largest party with 20-28 seats while giving 15-23 seats to the Left.

AIADMK is likely to get between 14 and 20 seats if the Lok Sabha elections are held today, the survey claimed.

YSR (Cong) and SP are expected to secure between 11 and 17 seats each while BJD, TDP, DMK will secure between 10 and 16 seats each according to the current prevailing scenario, it said.

The Aam Aadmi Party is projected to end up between one and five seats only.

While it projected heavy losses for JD(U), which is likely to get between one and five seats only, BSP is said to get between 8 and 14 seats.

According to the survey, BJP is likely to secure 33 per cent vote share and Congress 26 per cent. 

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Image: Rajnath Singh and Narendra Modi during a Yuva Kamal Conference at Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu
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