NDA is testing the halfway mark.
Elections from Phase I to Phase IX have been completed. All the seats have gone to polls. Politicalbaaba undertakes a never attempted before in Indian history of polls coverage, a seat by seat predictions, based on on-ground information from its sources. A margin of error of 5-10% is possible. This assumes fair elections and rigging is not factored in.
UPA was ahead with 231 seats with NDA second at 139 seats in 2009. UPA did well in Rajasthan, Kerala, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, Seemandhra and Haryana while NDA did well in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Karnataka.
1. Bihar (40 seats): Bihar is witnessing complete polarization of MY votes for Lalu and Congress (UPA). The state has always voted on caste based factors but MY is voting en-block this time for Lalu. MY sees Nitish not competent enough to fight Modi and hence voting for…
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