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‘ABP-CVoter’ Survey: Modi to Be PM in 2019, UPA Vote Share to Rise

According to the survey, the NDA is projected to get 276 seats in the 2019 elections, and the UPA 112 seats. 

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The ABP News-CVoter ‘Desh ka Mood’ survey predicted that Prime Minister Modi will return for a second term in 2019. The vote share of NDA and UPA will be 38 percent and 25 percent respectively, the survey predicted.

Here are the seat share projections:

According to the survey, the NDA is projected to get 276 seats in the 2019 elections, and the UPA 112 seats. 

Here are the vote share projections:

543/543 Lok Sabha seats: NDA - 38% | UPA - 25% | Others - 37%

Snapshot
  • The Congress would be able to make big gains in Uttar Pradesh in the 2019 elections, if it joins hands with the SP-BSP alliance
  • According to the survey, the NDA will be behind the UPA in the southern states
  • The survey seeks to reflect the trends of public opinion for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections

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8:09 PM , 04 Oct

Modi to Return for a Second Term as PM in 2019: Survey

The ABP News-CVoter ‘Desh ka Mood’ survey predicted that Prime Minister Modi will return for a second term in 2019.

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8:02 PM , 04 Oct

NDA to Get 38% Vote Share

The vote share of NDA and UPA will be 38 percent and 25 percent respectively, the survey predicted.

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7:55 PM , 04 Oct

NDA on the Back Foot in South

According to the survey, the NDA will will be behind the UPA in the southern states.

According to the survey, the NDA is projected to get 276 seats in the 2019 elections, and the UPA 112 seats. 
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7:41 PM , 04 Oct

BJP to Win All Seats in the National Capital

The survey predicted that BJP would win all seven seats in Delhi.

According to the survey, the NDA is projected to get 276 seats in the 2019 elections, and the UPA 112 seats. 
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Published: 04 Oct 2018, 2:24 PM IST
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