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BJP-led NDA will win general elections: ABP-Nielsen poll- Latest

Discussion in 'National Politics' started by rcscwc, May 21, 2013.

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  1. rcscwc

    rcscwc Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    BJP-led NDA will win general elections: ABP-Nielsen poll


    New Delhi : If general elections are held now, the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will leave behind the Congress-led UPA by miles, says a ABP News-Nielsen survey released on Thursday.

    Only 22 percent of the respondents interviewed this month in 28 cities across India said they intend to vote for the United Progressive Alliance, a statement said.

    In contrast, 39 percent said they would vote for the NDA, which is led by the Bharatiya Janata Party.

    "It is important to note here that in all ABP News-Nielsen surveys last year, BJP and NDA have shown consistent growth through out," it said.

    The survey showed that the Left would bag 3 percent of votes and other parties a total of 17 percent. Nineteen percent of the respondents refused to give their opinion.

    On the party front, 36 percent said they would vote for BJP, if the Lok Sabha election was held now, whereas only 18 percent would root for Sonia Gandhi-led Congress party.

    The survey involved close to 9,000 respondents. It was done before the appointment of Rahul Gandhi as Congress vice president and Nitin Gadkari's resignation as BJP president.

    Around 36 percent gave "poor" or "very poor" ratings to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

    Nineteen percent believe his performance as prime minister is "very poor" while 17 percent termed it "poor". Only 20 percent called his performance good.

    According to the survey, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has emerged as the most suitable candidate for the post of prime minister.

    He beats Congress leader Rahul Gandhi quite comfortably. As many as 48 percent favoured Modi as prime minister while only 18 percent wanted Rahul Gandhi to take over the top post.

    Only 7 percent felt Manmohan Singh was an ideal candidate to be the prime minister again.

    Around 49 percent said they would vote for the BJP on the assumption that in the 2014 general elections Modi will lead the BJP.

    BJP veteran L.K. Advani is way behind Modi. BJP leader Sushma Swaraj gets the support of only 9 percent.

    A total of 39 percent of the respondents think that Rahul Gandhi should be the Congress candidate for the post of prime minister. Only 16 percent favour Manmohan Singh.

    BJP-led NDA will win general elections: ABP-Nielsen poll | globalgujaratnews.com
     
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  2. Manmohan Yadav

    Manmohan Yadav Brigadier STAR MEMBER

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    Isn't' it wonderful :cheers:
     
  3. Rock n Rolla

    Rock n Rolla Lt. Colonel STAR MEMBER

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    Great, feels like Modi is the PM :wink: :cheers:
     
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    Manmohan Yadav Brigadier STAR MEMBER

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    unless advani or sushma wanna mess it up
     
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    rcscwc Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    Like a typical run-of-the-mill English media, ABP is palpably anti BJP and anti Modi. Poll reportage does hide a few things, but still the truth comes out. It has burst a few myths perpetuated, rather perpetrated, by our secular brigade. A few.

    1. Modi is unknown outside Gujarat. WEll, you can see how "unknown" he is outsidev Gujarat. After except for one, all those cities are outside Gujarat.

    2. That Modi is so much hated by MAJORITY of voters [including Hindus], that BJP+ Modi will be blown off the scene.

    3. That muslims hold a VETO in our polity. Mind you, 49% said they would vote for BJP led by Modi. That 49% said aye on ASSUMPTION of Modi leading.

    Still, I feel BJP strategy should be NOT to declare Modi as a candidate, but leave enough tell tale signs for the electorate.
     
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    Rock n Rolla Lt. Colonel STAR MEMBER

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    Oh they won't succeed, when the people are supporting Modi, he sure can withstand all their tricks.
     
  7. chachachoudhary

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    Beware!!!!! BJP has all the ingredients to spoil it for itself.

    During Shri Vajpayee's tenure, everything was really positive just a few months before the elections, but they could not keep it that way for too long.

    Plus, we should not underestimate the spin doctors of the UPA.
     
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    neil_diablos Lieutenant SENIOR MEMBER

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    This is one of your POVs that I cannot help but agree with! IF BJP can keep its head on straight, then they will win for sure but they tend to lose their heads far too often with internal rifts playing a common factor. Problem is, they don't have a Sonia Gandhi to command authority throughout the party (but may be thats a good thing?). While BJP has a lot of potential, we all know that there are several politicians who wouldn't hesitate to throw muck at their kin in a bid for power.
     
  9. Zeus_@21

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    NDA or UPA, thieves are everywhere. Just try and make sure that u don't press the button for them.:police:
     
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    I would Prefer NDA rather than UPA.
     
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    NDA much better that the corrupt, dividing & spineless on national security 'Con'gress...
     
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    Mate its political tactics to fool the people, they just pretend to mess it up.
     
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    we have seen the the example what corruption can do to a party ... BJP in Karnataka ... the same thing is going to happen to UPA in center ...
     
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    Here in Bengal voting for TMC or left in central elections seems waste to me. Better to vote for BJP. And Congress, out of question.
     
  15. Himanshu Pandey

    Himanshu Pandey Don't get mad, get even. STAR MEMBER

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    the appointment of amit shah in UP, use of Varun Gandhi and projecting him as next modi for UP... things are getting in shape.. very clearly.. modi is known for management and the Hindi belt has the jey to put him on seat of PM(these 9 states are the biggest strong hold of BJP and they have most seats in loksabha)

    if BJP can handle these states and can convert its fan into its voters then win will be sure.

    in 2004 election the voters of BJP were so sure to its win that they thought there voting to it will not be that much necessary and this leads to its defeat(one of the major factors)
     
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