Here are the major findings of the survey.
Over 6 out of 10 (62.1 percent) voters who participated in Zee News-Taleem Opinion Polls said it is necessary to change the central goverment under the current circumstances of deteriorating economic situation of the country in which the young voters of 18-25 years were highest in number (67.5 percent).
The anti-incumbency wave is stronger in North India than in South.
Around 66% of the voters who took part in the survey, including 73% of the young voters,said that they consider personal qualities of the candidate as most important.
The anti-UPA wave is stronger in North India than in South
Around 84% voters, who took part in the survey, from north India said they believed their vote can make a lot of difference in the results. Around 83% of youngsters from across the country hold this belief. However, merely 50% from south India agree with this point.
Almost 85% of the voters who participated in the survey said that for development, food grains have to be given to the poor at subsidized rates.
More than four out of 10 (42.6 percent) voters believed that state of economy had deteriorated in the last five years(45.6 percent men and 39.1 percent women). As much as 23.3 percent thought no change was visible in the state of economy. The remaining voters were divided between those who could not say anything about the state of economy (14.5 percent) or 19.6 percent voters who thought it was better than what it was five years ago.