BJP is set to emerge as the single-largest party with the highest-ever score of 210 seats in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.
The poll predicts that the Congress would hit its lowest-ever mark with 81 seats in the 543-seat House. Kejriwal’s AAP predicted to get around 11 seats.
The poll predicts that the NDA is most likely to be able to form the government at the Centre with an overall 226 seats.
Narendra Modi Most Preferred PM
As per the poll, Narendra Modi seems to be the clear choice of people for the position of Prime Minister of India, with 53 per cent respondents voting for him. Rahul Gandhi is the choice of 15% respondents. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal gets a nod from 5 per cent
47% Think Snoopgate Allegations Against Modi Untrue
As per the poll, 47% of respondents do not think that the allegations leveled against Narendra Modi regarding illegal surveillance of a young woman are true. 36 per cent respondents said that the central government’s decision to probe the snoopgate was not right:
61% do not want to give another chance to UPA government
According to the poll, there is an anti-incumbent mood with majority (61%) saying that the UPA government should not get another chance. As per the opinion poll conducted across the nation, 43% respondents rated UPA government performance as 'poor' or 'very poor' with a mean score of 2.69.
According to the poll, at an overall level, more than half (52%) of the respondents feel that previous NDA government was better than the present UPA government at the centre. As per the poll, 38% respondents rated PM Manmohan Singh’s performance as 'poor' or 'very poor', and he has a mean score of 2.85
.BJP-led NDA to form the government at the Centre in 2014
As per the poll, if elections were held now, at an overall level, half (52%) respondents feel that BJP-led NDA will form the government at the centre in 2014.
Price Control Main Reason for Voting in 2014 LS Polls:
According to the poll, BJP is more associated with an image of a party which can reduce Inflation.
63% Aware of AAP But 49% Not to Vote for the Party
According to the poll, a little less than two-third (63%) of respondents at an overall level are aware of Aam Aadmi Party. In Delhi almost all (99%) are aware of AAP. But at the same time, 49% respondents say that they will not vote for AAP. Majority of the respondents said that it is good to replicate the Gujarat development model to other states
Only 10% welcome RTI, RTE, RTF as right s in UPA tenure
According to the poll, only 10 per cent respondents welcomed the right to education, right to information, right to food that have become rights, in UPA tenure. 33 per cent feel that these are political gimmicks to woo people.
- According to the poll, 58% of the respondents in Gujarat feel that it is good to replicate the Gujarat development model to other states.
- In Maharashtra, as per the opinion poll, 61% respondents feel that Raj Thackrey should get into an alliance with Shivsena and BJP.
- In Uttar Pradesh, as per the poll, Majority (51%) has rated overall performance of Akhilesh Yadav as 'slightly poor'/'very poor', and his mean score is 2.43 which is below average. 42% respondents feel that BJP has benefited the most from the Muzzarfarnagar riots.
- In Bihar, as per the opinion poll, 72 per cent respondents in Bihar feel that Nitish Kumar committed a mistake by snapping ties with BJP.
- In West Bengal, as per the opinion poll, almost half (49%) of the respondents surveyed in the state feel that Narendra Modi's image will help BJP to gain more votes in West Bengal in 2014 general elections.
The opinion poll was conducted by ABP News-Nielsen across the nation between 28th December, 2013 to 12th January, 2014 with 64,006 respondents. The confidence interval (margin of error) assumed for vote share prediction lies in the ranges of +/_5%.