Largest and one of the most popular democracies of the world, India is near to witness Lok Sabha Election 2019. Various, news channels, newspapers and magazines surveyed the Indian population as to who will win the elections in 2019. Here is an elaborate overview of Lok Sabha Election 2019 Survey.
Mega ‘Pulse of the Nation’ online poll by Times Group
As per this recent online poll, it seems that current Prime Minister Narendra Modi still governs the hearts of millions of Indian citizens. Bharatiya Janta Party attracted 71.9% of Popular votes.
This online Lok Sabha Election 2019 Survey was carried between 23 to 25 May 2018. It was conducted in nine different languages. In other words, around 2/3rd of the Indian population is happy with the present Modi government and look forward to being governed by the same five years henceforth.
Around 16% people opted for neither Modi nor Rahul Gandhi. These people rather wish to see a new political face trustworthy enough to gain their support. Finally, as per Times report, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi was only left with 11% of people’s choice.
Congress Party Lok Sabha Election 2019 survey
None the less, the Congress is all ready to give a tough competition to its ever popular competitors. As per the party’s latest survey, Congress has the ability to with five out of the total seven seats in Delhi, reported The Hindu.
In fact, the party is so confident of its road towards a victory that their leader Shri Ajay Makhan sidelined the question of a tie-up with any other Party to form a government in the upcoming Lok Sabha Election 2019
During this survey’s Congress leader Yoginder Yadav’s team confirmed that Delhiites were happier with Sheila Dixit’s 15-year term than with the recent 5-year term of Arvind Kejriwal, the leader to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).
Recently ABP News and CSDS Mood of the Nation conducted a nation-wide survey to gather information about the upcoming Lok Sabha Election 2019. As per the report, Narendra Modi’s party should not be given the next chance. This means that people are no more interested in traditional and legacy politics but wish to see someone new and fresh.
In fact, within the duration of five months, Modi’s government has lost popularity coming down to 32% of popular votes as opposed to 34% at the beginning of the year.
Besides this, NDA witnessed a strong Anti-Modi wave among the minorities with Muslims, Christians, and Sikhs critical of Modi’s government. Even Dalits and Adivasis (Non-Hindu and non-RSS communities) do not wish Modi to be the next Prime Minister of the country.
As per the Lok Sabha Election 2019 survey report, BJP might lose a part of its popular seats in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh due to mass Congress campaigns in these states.
According to the opinion polls, as opposed to 44% share of Congress, BJP received 39% of votes in Rajasthan. In Madhya Pradesh too, Congress bagged 49% of voting share leaving BJP at 34% of people’s choice.