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Mood of the Nation Survey updates: NDA to get 274, UPA may secure 164 seats

By oneindia staff
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2019 is a crucial year and the Narendra Modi government would face the electorate. An interesting mood of the nation survey has been conducted to find out what the people feel about the existing government which completes four years.

BJP and Congress

The Mood of the Nation survey conducted by ABP-CSDS news gives a picture about what the people think of the government and who they would vote for in 2019.

Check all the updates here:

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8:57 PM, 24 May
Pan India vote share as per the ABP-CSDS survey: NDA - 37%; UPA - 31%; others - 32%
8:51 PM, 24 May
Vote shares in Central-Western India as per the ABP-CSDS survey: NDA- 48%; UPA - 43 %; others - 9%
8:49 PM, 24 May
Vote shares in Southern India as per the ABP-CSDS survey: NDA - 18%; UPA - 38%; others - 44%
8:41 PM, 24 May
Vote shares in Eastern India as per the ABP-CSDS survey: NDA - 43%; UPA - 25%; Others - 32%
8:39 PM, 24 May
Vote shares in North India as per the ABP-CSDS survey: NDA - 39%; UPA - 21%; Others - 40%
8:21 PM, 24 May
Overall, NDA likely to get 274 seats if Lok Sabha elections were to be held today. Congress-led UPA may secure 164 seats while other parties may win 105 seats.
8:07 PM, 24 May
According to the survey, PM Modi is still a popular face in the country. In May 2017, PM Modi's popularity rate was 44 per cent, but declined to 37 per cent in January 2018 and currently stands at 34 per cent.On the other hand, Rahul Gandhi's popularity increased by 15 per cent between May 2017 to May 2018. His popularity increased to is 24 per cent.
7:42 PM, 24 May
In the ABP News-CSDS Survey it was observed that PM Modi's popularity has declined, while that of Rahul Gandhi has increased.
7:15 PM, 24 May
This significant decline in the BJP’s share of the vote in North India has been primarily due to its sudden and precipitous fall in the all-important state of Uttar Pradesh where the party has lost about 8 percentage points in popularity since the beginning of 2018, says the survey
7:07 PM, 24 May
In 2019 general elections, 'Others' are likely to go ahead of BJP and Congress in vote share in Uttar Pradesh. According to the survey, Others (SP+BSP) to get 53 per cent vote share. The NDA to get 35 per cent and UPA 12 per cent.
6:45 PM, 24 May
In central and western India out of the 114 seats, the BJP would bag 70 to 78 seats. This is down from the 108 it had bagged in 2014. The UPA which had won 10 in 2014 would get 41 to 47 if elections were to be held now in this region. The others who had scored a duck in 2014 are expected to get 0-2.
6:26 PM, 24 May
In Gujarat, BJP to get 54 per cent votes votes, UPA 42 per cent and Others to get 4 per cent. According to the survey, BJP's vote share will decrease by 4 percent and Congress likely to gain 9 per cent compared to 2014 general elections. Congress had got 33 per cent in 2014.
6:06 PM, 24 May
In 2014, NDA got 51 percent and the Congress 35 per cent of votes.
6:05 PM, 24 May
In Maharashtra, if elections were to be held today, NDA has an edge with 48 percent votes, on the other hand Congress likely to improve vote share by 5 per cent. According to the survey, Congress likely to get 40 percent.
6:03 PM, 24 May
In Maharashtra the BJP will get 48 per cent of the vote share. The UPA is a close second with 40 per cent while the others would get 12 per cent. In 2014, the NDA had bagged 51 per cent while the UPA and others bagged 35 and 14 per cent.
5:45 PM, 24 May
The BJP leads in eastern India. The NDA is projected to get 86-94 of the 142 seats. The UPA would get just 22 to 26 while others would end up with 26-30. In 2018 the NDA bagged 58, UPA, 21 and others 61.
5:40 PM, 24 May
In Bengal the UPA would end up with a vote share of 11 per cent. In 2014 the TMC had bagged 73 per cent while the NDA and UPA got 17 and 10 per cent respectively.
5:37 PM, 24 May
In West Bengal, the Mood of the Nation survey says that if elections were to be held today, the TMC would bag 65 per cent of the vote share. The NDA has made some gains when compared to 2014. The NDA would end up with a vote share of 24 per cent when compared to the 17 it bagged in 2014.
5:16 PM, 24 May
In Bihar the NDA has bettered its vote share the survey says. The alliance with the JD(U) would help the BJP. The vote share compared to 2014 by 9 per cent.
5:07 PM, 24 May
In Bihar the BJP is performing well along with the JD(U). Along with the JD(U), the BJP would get 60 per cent of the vote share while the UPA would end up with just 34 per cent. The rest would end up with 6 per cent says the survey.
5:00 PM, 24 May
In Rajasthan while the Congress has made gains, it is just 5 per cent ahead of the BJP in terms of vote share. However in Madhya Pradesh the picture is telling. The BJP would get 39 per cent of the vote share where as the Congress would bag almost half the vote share at 49 per cent.
4:58 PM, 24 May
The BJP appears to be on the downfall in both Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh in terms of vote share. In both the BJP ruled states, the survey says that if polls were held today, the party would not be able to hold on to its government. In Madhya Pradesh, the party is also facing anti-incumbency which may go against it.
4:55 PM, 24 May
The Congress is likely to get 44 per cent vote share and the BJP 39 per cent of the votes, if elections to the 200-member assembly were to be held today.
4:41 PM, 24 May
The Congress is ahead of the BJP in Madhya Pradesh by a comfortable margin in both the Lok Sabha and assembly segment.
4:38 PM, 24 May
In Madhya Pradesh the BJP will get 34 per cent of the votes share if polls were to be held today. The Congress meanwhile would get a whopping 49 per cent while the others would end up with 17 per cent, the survey says.
4:37 PM, 24 May
BJP vulnerable in Madhya Pradesh. The BJP is likely to lose its government in the state which goes to polls under Shivraj Singh Chouhan this year.
4:31 PM, 24 May
A survey conducted by ABP-Lokniti in January 2018 had said that the BJP has the edge, but remains vulnerable.
4:27 PM, 24 May
In Rajasthan even as the BJP maintains an overall edge over the Congress, the latter has made substantial gains compared to the January survey. Moreover, at the assembly level, it is the Congress which leads the BJP.

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