INDIA NEWS – JAN KI BAAT OPINION POLL PROJECTS MORE THAN 220 SEATS FOR NDA IN UTTAR PRADESH
In its latest Opinion Poll, INDIA NEWS – JAN KI BAAT has projected a victory for Yogi Adityanath led BJP in Uttar Pradesh. As per the Opinion Poll, BJP & its alliance partners are projected to get anywhere between 223 – 239 seats. Samajwadi Party alliance could bag anywhere between 151 to 165 seats and could get a projected voteshare of 38% – 40%. Mayawati’s BSP is expected to lose more seats than 2017, its projected seatshare as per the INDIA NEWS – JAN KI BAAT Opinion Poll is 8-11. Congress Party which is fighting under Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on the plank of ‘LADKI HOON, LAD SAKTI HOON’ slogan seems to be nowhere in the race. INDIA NEWS – JAN KI BAAT has projected 1 seat for Congress and a voteshare range of 3% – 4%.
Here's a comparison of the last three Opinion Poll projections by JAN KI BAAT between December 2021 & Januarary 2022.
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Over the last few days, political dynamics in Western Uttar Pradesh has taken a dramatic turn after Home Minister Amit Shah sent feelers to RLD and Akhilesh Yadav’s ally Jayant Chaudhary.
As per Opinion Poll, out of 66 seats in Western Uttar Pradesh which are considered to be dominated by JATS & MUSLIMS, BJP is likely to make gains in 44 seats.
HERE ARE THE KEY TAKEAWAYS OF THE JAN KI BAAT – INDIA NEWS UTTAR PRADESH OPINION POLL
TAKEAWAY 1: BJP PROJECTED TO FORM GOVT IN UTTAR PRADESH
TAKEAWAY 2: NDA PROJECTED TO GET MORE THAN 220 SEATS
TAKEAWAY 3: NDA’S PROJECTED VOTE SHARE IS EXPECTED TO BE MORE THAN 40%
TAKEAWAY 4: SP & ITS ALLIES ARE PROJECTED TO GET A VOTESHARE OF MORE THAN 38%
TAKEAWAY 5: BSP’s VOTE SHARE IS EXPECTED TO TANK FURTHER
TAKEAWAY 6: SAMAJWADI PARTY IS PROJECTED TO MAKE GAINS IN POORVANCHAL
TAKEAWAY 7: SP IS LIKELY TO MAKE A DENT IN RAJBHAR & KURMI VOTE
TAKEAWAY 8: JAT COMMUNITY IS DIVIDED BETWEEN BJP ALLIANCE & SP ALLIANCE
TAKEAWAY 9: BJP EXPECTED TO CONSOLIDATE 60% OF NON YADAV OBC VOTE
TAKEAWAY 10: MUSLIM YADAV CONSOLIDATING WITH SAMAJWADI PARTY