Is It Hung Government In 2019?
As the 2019 elections are approaching, discussions on voter pulse have emerged. Among many, the survey underwent by ABP-CVOTER named "Desh ka Mood” delivered shocking results to parties.
The survey stated that in the coming elections there will be no majority wins with any parties unlike the previous elections in 2014 where BJP amassed a massive majority.
The survey was conducted India wide questioning 22,309 volunteers and the results are expected to vary around 3-5%.
For the 543 seats in Lok Sabha, the survey polls out listed that NDA team can bag around 233 seats whereas UPA can grab 167 followed by 143 from other parties. According to ABP Survey due to the recent election defeats in the states of Madya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh the voter pulse has dropped in favour of the NDA government.
The probability of forming an independent government is critical even if YCP, TRS, Biju Janata Dal, Mizo National Front supported BJP in the elections. ABP added the coalition can bring strength up to 278 which may not be that sufficient.
In case of UPA it goes the same, considering the support from AIUDF, LDF, TMC, SP-BSP-RLD, TDP can help them achieve 257 seats which leave them clueless to form an independent government.
Gujarat is no mention for stature it is involved in BJP. BJP is going to bag more than 90% in Gujarat. NDA has strong territories in Bihar and Eastern states, Haryana. Though BJP received defeat in Madya Pradesh, Rajasthan it is expected to take lead in the central elections. Odisha is also tending to be the side of BJP.
Whereas considering UPA, it is mainly looking to cash the seats of Maharashtra, Punjab, Chattisgarh. Speculations were that out of 129 seats in southern India, UPA may get hold on to 65 to 70 seats individually.
Places like UP and West Bengal are going to be in the hands of Local Governing Bodies according to ABP survey.
Under these latest polls, we have to see how the Parties deal in to attract more voters to their side and gain a momentous victory as they have ample time for the elections to start. The election heat is rising day-by-day and political experts are looking keen to understand the change in politics.