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Which way will Delhi, UP and Rajasthan go if LS polls are held today

Last updated on: January 23, 2014 21:50 IST

Which way will Delhi, UP and Rajasthan go if LS polls are held today

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In the nationwide CNN-IBN Election Tracker conducted by Centre for the Study of Developing Societies today we look at the northern states -- Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and how has been the performance of the United Progressive Alliance government.

Delhi

  • AAP is projected to secure 48 per cent vote share in Delhi, if Lok Sabha polls are held today
  • The Bharatiya Janata Party is projected to secure 30 per cent vote share and Congress projected to secure 16 per cent vote share in Delhi
  • Seventy-four per cent Delhi respondents say they are satisfied with the work of the AAP government.
  • Arvind Kejriwal enjoys huge popularity as Delhi CM with 76 per cent satisfaction levels

 

AAP4-6
BJP1-3

 

  • Seventy-three per cent say they are ready give AAP another chance if Delhi assembly has a re-pol
  • Kejriwal pips Modi as preferred choice for PM; 34 per cent Delhiites want him for top job
  • Thirty-two per cent Delhi respondents say they prefer Narendra Modi as PM; Rahul is third at 8 per cent

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Image: Gorkha soldiers march during the full dress rehearsal for the Republic Day parade in New Delhi on January 23, 2014.
Photographs: Adnan Abidi/Reuters

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Rajasthan

  • The Bharatiya Janata Party may secure 54 per cent vote share in Rajasthan if the Lok Sabha elections are held today, while the Congress may secure 33 per cent vote share in Rajasthan
  • Twenty-one per cent give credit for Rajasthan assembly win to Modi; only 11 give credit to Vasundhara
BJP20-24
INC0-2
Others1-5

 

  • Forty-nine per cent Rajasthan respondents say both Modi and Vasundhara deserve credit for win
  • Fifty-four per cent respondents in Rajasthan say the United Progressive Alliance does not deserve another chance at the Centre

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Image: A group of camel traders warms themselves by a fire near a herd of camels early morning at the Pushkar Fair in Rajasthan.
Photographs: Ahmad Masood/Reuters

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Uttar Pradesh

  • Eleven per cent rise in vote share for the BJP in UP since 2013; may get 38 per cent votes if LS polls are held today
  • The Samajwadi Party loses 5 per cent vote share in UP since 2013; may get only 17 per cent votes
  • The Congress vote share remains constant at 16 per cent in UP since 2013; the Bahujan Samaj Party may end with 17 per cent votes
  • Nine per cent rise in dissatisfaction levels with the SP government in UP since 2013; 41 per cent are now unhappy
  • Forty-eight per cent respondents in Uttar Pradesh say they are satisfied with the SP govt
BJP41-49
INC4-10
BSP10-16
SP8-14
Others2-6

 

  • Forty per cent respondents in UP say they are unhappy with performance of Akhilesh Yadav as CM
  • Fifty-one per cent UP Muslims say state government mishandled Muzaffarnagar riots; 51 per cent blame centre too
  • Forty-five per cent respondents across UP say Samajwadi Party should be blamed the most for riots

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Image: Sadhus or Hindu holy men stand on the banks of river Ganges next to a pontoon bridge in Allahabad
Photographs: Jitendra Prakash/Reuters

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UPA Rating

  • Massive fall in satisfaction levels with the PM; 43 per cent across India say they are unhappy with his work
  • In CNN-IBN’s July 2013 Tracker; 32 per cent across India had said they are unhappy with PM’s work
  • In CNN IBN’s July 2013 Tracker 49 per cent were satisfied with the PM; now only 41 per cent say they are happy
  • Fifty per cent respondents across India say they are dissatisfied with UPA Govt’s performance at Centre
  • Thirty-five per cent respondents across India say they are satisfied with UPA-II performance at the Centre
  • Twenty-two per cent respondents rate price rise, 17 per cent lack of development, for being unhappy with UPA-II
  • Activists from the Bharatiya Janata Party shout slogans as they burn banners with images of India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during a protest in Agartala

 


Image: Activists from the Bharatiya Janata Party shout slogans as they burn banners with images of India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during a protest in Agartala
Photographs: Jayanta Dey/Reuters

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