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WB Opinion Poll 2013 : TMC to win 23-27 lok sabha seat in west bangal

WB Opinion Poll 2013 : TMC to win 23-27 lok sabha seat in west bangal in IBN poll survey

As per the  CSDS-CNN-IBN survey(2014 Lok Sabha elections,), the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress (TMC) in West Bengal has consolidated its position since the last Lok Sabha elections in 2009. TMC get 19 seat in 2009 general election

west bengal exit poll in panchayat election 2013

west bengal exit poll in panchayat election 2013

Their is neck to neck fight between TMC and CPI in many  seat of . Congress is also giving fight is many seat of WB panchayat election 2013

Murshidabad goes to polls on Monday 22 July 2013
Three phase of election is over their is Violent clash between TMC, CPI-M workers, bomb hurled at EC officer’s vehicle –
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C-voter opinion poll on Karnataka Assembly elections 2013 Congress will form the government

C-voter opinion poll on Karnataka Assembly elections 2013 Congress will form the government

C-Voter survey shows clear majority for Congress in Karnataka Survey April 2013

Congress 114-122

BJP 48-56,

JD(Secular ) 32-38, KJP

Exit poll results will be made available after completion of polling on May 5th 2013. Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) for CNN-IBN

Karnataka election exit poll, Karnataka ELECTION SURVEY RESULT CSDS-CNN-IBN : Congress 117-129, BJP 39-49, JD(S) 33-44

Pre Poll survey Karnataka election Opinion poll, Karnataka election exit poll

Congress is expected to gain by 2% from its vote share in 2008( 35 per cent), while the BJP lossing vote share by 11 percentage point at 23%. Yedurappa factor hitting BJP the most.

Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) is projected to get 20 per cent of vote share (1% up from 2008) and 34-44 seats.

Karnataka Janata Party (KJP) and Independents together are projected to get with 14-22 seats with a combined vote share of 13%.

Suvarna News-Cfore Karnataka  Opinion poll 2013:

Congress 105-122

BJP 55-70

JD(S) 30-45

Meghalaya Assembly election Exit Poll 2013

who will win in Meghalaya polls 2013  Meghalaya Assembly election Exit Poll 2013 .Meghalaya ELECTION SURVEY RESULT 2013.Meghalaya is likely to have yet another Hung Assembly.Purno A Sangma’s newly floated National People’s Party (NPP), as predictions state, will have to be contented with only about six seats. The party is likely to win all the six seats in Garo Hills.

Meghlaya Assembly Election results 2013 live vote counting on 28th February 2013 at 8 pm

The United Democratic Party (UDP), which had won 9 seats in 2008 assembly election, is expected to make huge improvement and secure about 16 seats. It is predicted that the Indian National Congress (INC) will most likely be leading the next government.

Meghalaya Latest Political News Update 2012,2013 Meghalaya Election news . voting trends of  Meghalaya Election News 28.02.2013

 

Exit poll Nagaland Assembly Election 2013

Exit poll Nagaland Assembly Election 2013. Live Counting of voting for Nagaland Assembly elections will take place on 28th Feb, 2013.

Nagaland 83.27 per cent in the assembly elections held on 23 February 2013 (Saturday), which passed off peacefully barring a few minor incidents in Nagaland.

The counting of Nagaland Assembly Election 2013 would be held on February 28.

Results of Nagaland Assembly Election 2013

The polling for the Tuensang Sadar I assembly constituency in Nagaland was postponed after the death of Congress candidate and sitting MLA P. Chuba Chang at a hospital in Kohima Friday.

ABP Himachal Pradesh Exit Poll 18 dec 2012

ABP News Himachal Pradesh Exit Poll 18 december 2012.

neck and neck in Himachal: ABP News-Nielsen Exit Poll

ABP News-Nielsen Exit Poll predicts landslide victory for Modi  Narendra Modi-led BJP in Gujarat is yet again set to trample the Congress party in the upcoming .


Prem Kumar Dhumal-led BJP government in Himachal Pradesh is facing a tough battle to douse the anti-incumbency sentiments in order to remain in power. ABP News-Nielsen Exit Poll has found that the two main parties – ruling BJP and Congress – are involved in a dead heat, with no clarity on who will form the next government in the state. According to the poll, the BJP is likely to win 32 seats in the 68 -member Assembly, a loss of 9 seats since 2007.

AAJ Tak Gujarat Exit Poll 2012 : BJP Getting (118-128) Seat in Gujarat Poll

AAJ Tak Gujarat Exit Poll 2012 : BJP Getting (118-128) Seat in Gujarat Poll

Party    Expected Seat
BJP      118-128(+6)
Congress 50-56  6
GPP      1-2(-1)
Other    4-6(-1)

BJP 45(-4)
Congress 37(-1)
GPP 12(+6)
Others 1