lok sabha seats state wise 2014 :: opinion poll of lok sabha election 2014

lok sabha seats state wise 2014 :: opinion poll of lok sabha election 2014 by CNN IBN 7(network 18) ibn7 survey on parliamentary elections 2014

S.NO.
State Name
Lok sabha seat in State
Opinion poll state wise  expected seat by CNN IBN
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 42  Congress  : 11-15
YSR Cong : 11-15
TDP: 6-10
TRS: 5-9
BJP : 0
Others : 0-4
2 ARUNACHAL PD. 2
3 ASSAM 14
4 BIHAR 40
5 CHHATISGARH 11
6 GOA 2
7 GUJARAT 26
8 HARYANA 10
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH 4
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR* 6
11 JHARKHAND 14
12 KARNATAKA 28  Cong   :  18-22
BJP    : 2-6
JDS    : 2-6
Others :  0
13 KERALA 20
14 MADHYA PRADESH 29
15 MAHARASHTRA 48
16 MANIPUR 2
17 MEGHALAYA 2
18 MIZORAM 1
19 NAGALAND 1
20 NCT DELHI 7
21 ODISHA 21
22 PUDUCHERRY 1
23 PUNJAB 13
24 RAJASTHAN 25
25 SIKKIM 1
26 TAMIL NADU 39  AIADMK : 16-20
DMK    : 8-12
Cong   :  1-5
BJP    :0-2
Others :  4-10
27 TRIPURA 2
28 UTTAR PRADESH 80
29 UTTARAKHAND 5
30 WEST BENGAL 42
543
Nominated Members in Lok Sabha 2
**545

 

7 thoughts on “lok sabha seats state wise 2014 :: opinion poll of lok sabha election 2014

  1. Dr Mohan

    Dec 09 2013
    BJP+ likely to get >272 seats in 2014 election;
    J & K =01-02
    HP =02-04
    UK = 02-05
    Hariyana=05 (with local alliance up to 10)
    Punjab=10-11(may go up to 13)
    Up=30-35(may go p to 40)
    Bihar=20-25
    Jharkhand=08(may go up to 12 with local alliance/JVM)
    WB=01
    Assam=04(may reach 10 with alliance)
    Arunachal Pradesh=01-02
    Meghalaya=01(Sagma)
    Sikhim=01(supports any ruling party)
    AP=10-15(with TDP)
    TN=01-Kanyakumari(AIADMK will bring 25-35)
    Kerala=01(Trivandrum)
    Karnataka=15-19(with Yadrrappa)
    Goa=01-02
    Maharasthra=33-38(MNS will have some adjustments)
    Gujarat=22-25
    Rajasthan=25
    Delhi=03-07
    MP=20-22
    Chattisgargh=08-11
    Daman & Diu=01
    Nagra Haverveli=01
    Andaman & Nicobar=01
    Chandigarh=01

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  2. congress

    Can congress form government with 150 seats? When they formed UPA-1 government with 145seats, why can’t they achieve with 170 seats with JDU, left, BJD and possible AAP support for third time? You wonder how congress can win 170 seats. here is my best estimate.
    states Total Cong
    Andaman & Nicobar Islands 1
    AP 42 10
    Arunachal Pradesh 2 2
    Assam 14 10
    Bihar 40 3
    Chandigarh 1
    Chattisgarh 11 5
    Dadra & Nagar Haveli 1
    Daman & Diu 1
    Delhi 7 1
    Goa 2 1
    Gujarat 26 5
    Haryana 10 5
    HP 4 3
    Jharkhand 14 7
    JK 6 2
    Karnataka 28 20
    Kerala 20 14
    Lakshadweep 1
    Maha 48 28
    Manipur 2 2
    meghalaya 2 1
    Mizoram 1 1
    MP 29 6
    Nagaland 1
    Orissa 21 8
    Puducherry 1
    Punjab 13 7
    Rajasthan 25 6
    Sikkiam 1
    TN 39 2
    Tripura 2
    UP 80 15
    Uttaranchal 5 3
    West bengal 42 8

    543 175

    even if assumme congress lose another 20 seats and manage to get 150seats, they can easily get support from other parties and form government. instesting, if congress project better candidate than Rahul, for instance Nanadan Nilekan and AK for AAP, modi look amateur candidate compare to these two. so far modi didn’t offer anything but cheap rhetoric, negativity, 100s of same lie, accuse and also have tainted riot image and ban over 100s countries, fake encounter, snooping, misuse of power, no word on corruption, confusing foreign policy, opposition to FDI in retails and other dozen reasons people don’t want him as well. He was getting popularity due to weak PM, MMS and lack of participation of Rahul at central stage for last 5 years and was expecting BJP to win 180seats to 200 MPs one times but as better alternative AAP emerge, BJP has to happy with 150-160seats with less ally no way to for them to become power at centre.

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  3. annil

    we need our nation so please think positively and try to pull out the odds out of our country modi only the great answer to safe guard our nation

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