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Which way will Guj, Maharashtra and MP go if LS polls are held today

January 22, 2014 21:51 IST

Which way will Guj, Maharashtra and MP go if LS polls are held today

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In the nationwide CNN-IBN Election Tracker conducted by the CSDS,  we look at Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and how big an issue is corruption in the Lok Sabha polls?

Gujarat

BJP20-25
Congress1-4
Others0-2
  • The BJP projected to secure 53 per cent vote share in Gujarat if Lok Sabha elections are held today; Cong may secure 32 per cent vote share whereas AAP is projected to secure 7 per cent vote share in Gujarat.
  • Seventy-one per cent respondents say they are satisfied with performance of Gujarat state government. Seventy per cent respondents say they are satisfied with Narendra Modi as Gujarat chief minister.
  • Modi leads approval ratings as preferred PM with 46 per cent in Gujarat backing him for top job. Rahul comes a distant second with only 16 per cent in Gujarat backing him as potential PM At 12 per cent Anandi Patel is top choice as Gujarat CM in the event Modi takes charge as PM.

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Image: Narendra Modi, prime ministerial candidate for India's main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party and Gujarat's chief minister, flies a kite at the international kite festival in Ahmedabad.
Photographs: Amit Dave/Reuters

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Maharashtra

Bharatiya Janta Party-Shiva Sena alliance may secure 44 per cent vote share in Maharashtra if LS polls are held today.

Congress-Nationalist Congress Party alliance slips, may secure 35 per cent votes; the Aam Admi Party is projected to get 5 per cent vote share; while the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena may secure only 2 per cent votes in Maharashtra.

Congres+NCP12-20
BJP+Shiva Sena25-33
Others1-5
  • Nineteen per cent rise in dissatisfaction levels with Congress-NCP government in Maharashtra since 2013.
  • Forty-eight per cent say they are dissatisfied with Congress-NCP government in Maharashtra; up from 29 per cent in 2013.
  • From 64 per cent satisfaction levels in 2013; the Congress-NCP Govt declines to 38 per cent in January 2014.
  • Prithviraj Chavan continues to enjoy high satisfaction levels as state CM; 50 per cent back him.
  • Forty per cent respondents in Maharashtra prefer Narendra Modi as PM; a jump of 19 per cent in a year while 14 per cent respondents prefer Rahul Gandhi as PM; ratings are identical to 2013.
  • Sixty-six per cent respondents say the Maharashtra state government was wrong in rejecting the Adarsh report.

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Image: A man gets his eye tested at a free eye-care camp in Mumbai.
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Madhya Pradesh

BJP23-27
Congress2-5

 

  • The BJP projected to secure 51 per cent vote share in Madhya Pradesh if the LS polls are held today whereas the Congress is likely to secure 29 per cent vote share.
  • Seventy-nine per cent respondents say credit for MP assembly results should go to Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
  • In a direct choice, 46 per cent respondents in MP prefer Modi over Shivraj Singh Chouhan as PM.
  • In a direct choice, 30 per cent respondents in MP prefer Shivraj Singh Chouhan over Modi as PM.
  • Twelve per cent rise in dissatisfaction levels in MP with the United Progressive Alliance government’s performance at the Centre.

Image: A boy charges his mobile phone from an electric board powered by solar energy inside his house at Meerwada village of Guna district in Madhya Pradesh.
Photographs: Adnan Abidi/Reuters

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