India Today-CVoter survey: NDA to emerge winner

New Delhi, Jan 25: If the Lok Sabha elections are held today, the BJP could get as many as 188 seats while the National Democratic Alliance led by it will get upto 220 seats, a poll conducted by India Today and CVoter has projected. The Congress, which had got 206 seats in the 2009 polls, is likely to be decimated with its tally going down to two digits. The United Progressive Alliance led by the Congress is set to get just 103 seats, which is 156 less than what it had got in 2009.

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Other regional parties are predicted to do well, barring the DMK and the JD(U) which dumped the UPA and NDA, respectively. The Trinamool Congress of Mamata Banerjee, which also left the UPA in 2012, is however expected to do well with 23 seats, four more than its current tally of 19.

As the preferred PM candidate, BJP's Narendra Modi is way ahead with 47 per cent support. The Congress's Rahul Gandhi is a distant second with 15 per cent of votes and Aam Aadmi Party's Arvind Kejriwal with nine per cent of votes.

The poll was held between December 16 last year and January 16 in 28 states. Nearly 22,000 people were selected for the polling. Over 21,000 respondents were randomly selected from four battle-ground stats of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi.

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