In Andhra Pradesh
The poll, done by CSDS for CNN-IBN and released on Tuesday, finds that in Andhra Pradesh, TDP will emerge as clear winners and is likely to win sets between 13 and 19. Jagan Mohan Reddy's YSR Congress might win 9-15 seats, while the Congress and TRS could each get between four and eight seats.
In Tamil Nadu
In Tamil Nadu, the survey says that the AIADMK will get a clear majority with 15-21 seats. The DMK alliance might win between 10 and 16 seats while the NDA could pick up six to 10 seats, the poll says.
In Karnataka, which favoured BJP in 2009, the Congress is projected to be in the lead and likely to win between 12 and 18 of the total 28 seats.
BJP might suffer a setback this time and might win 7-13 seats.
In Kerala, the ruling UDF is estimated to have an edge over its biggest rival in state LDF. UDF might win between 11 and 17 of the state's 20 seats, while the LDF might win somewhere between four and eight seats.
Also, the poll suggested that in Kerala Rahul Gandhi (24%) was preferred over Narendra Modi (12%) as a PM candidate. In all the other south Indian states, Modi was the first choice for PM's post.