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NDA Projections 2014

State / UT Seats Mayank Tayal Ganesh Jaiswal Joy Chakraborty Neutral Person
Andhra Pradesh 42 3 4 3 1
Arunachal Pradesh 2 2 1 0 0
Assam 14 7 5 5 5
Bihar 40 22 21 20 21
Jharkhand 14 8 8 9 8
Goa 2 2 2 2 2
Gujarat 26 22 24 22-23 20
Haryana 10 6 6 4 6
Himachal Pradesh 4 4 3 3 4
Jammu & Kashmir 6 3 2 2 2
Karnataka 28 14 14 12 13
Kerala 20 1 1 1 0
Madhya Pradesh 29 25 25 26 22
Chattisgarh 11 9 9 9 8
Maharashtra 48 30 31 15 30
Manipur 2 0 1 1 0
Meghalaya 2 0 0 0 0
Mizoram 1 0 0 0 0
Nagaland 1 0 0 0 0
Orissa 21 7 2 4 2
Punjab 13 12 10 3 8
Rajasthan 25 22 22 22-23 22
Sikkim 1 0 0 0 0
Tamil Nadu 39 2 2 1 1
Tripura 2 0 0 0 0
UP 80 45 43 35-40 35
Uttarakhand 5 4 2 4 4
West Bengal 42 2 4 0 1
Andaman 1 1 1 1 1
Daman & Diu 1 1 1 1 1
Dadra&Nagar 1 1 1 1 1
Delhi 7 7 5 5 2
Pondicherry 1 0 1 0 0
Lakshadweep 1 0 0 0 0
Chandigarh 1 1 1 1 0
Total 543 263 252 215-220 220

NOTE: Joy Projections are only for BJP.

PROJECTIONS OF KRISHNA PRASAD

STATES & UTs FOR NDA SEATS
KERALA (00-01)
TAMIL NADU (04-06)
KARNATAKA (12-14)
SEEMANDHRA (14-16)
TELENGANA (03-04)
GOA (01-02)
CHATHISGARH (07-08)
MADHYA PRADESH (23-26)
MAHARASHTRA (33-36)
GUJARAT (22-23)
RAJASTAN (21-23)
UTHARAKHAND (03-04)
UTHAR PRADESH (39-45)
PUNJAB (05-06)
ASSAM (05-06)
ORISSA (06-09)
HARYANA (05-06)
HIMACHAL PRADESH (02-03)
J&K (01-02)
BIHAR (17-20)
JHARKHAND (09-10)
WEST BENGAL (01-03)
DELHI (04-06)
OTHER Uts (02-03)
7 SISTER STATES (00-02)
TOTAL 239-284

PROJECTIONS OF PARESH PATEL

STATE / UT Low High
ASSAM 4 5
BIHAR 18 20
CHATHISGARH 7 8
DELHI 3 4
GOA 1 2
GUJARAT 21 22
HARYANA 4 5
HIMACHAL PRADESH 2 3
JAMMU&KASHMIR 1 1
JHARKHAND 8 9
KARNATAKA 12 15
MADHYA PRADESH 21 24
MAHARASHTRA 32 34
ORISSA 5 6
OTHER Uts 2 3
PUNJAB 5 6
RAJASTAN 21 22
SEEMANDHRA 11 13
TELENGANA 3 5
TN 5 8
UTHAR PRADESH 46 52
UTHARAKHAND 2 3
WB 6 8
TOTAL BJP 240 278
AIADMK 22 26
Biju Janata Dal 6 8
TRS 3 5
YSR Congress 4 6
TOTAL NDA 275 323
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18 thoughts on “NDA Projections 2014

  1. I dont think that as such now BJP would be getting 220+ seats bcz Delhi its AAP there and it would be stooping modi wave .
    Chandigarh BJP will loose that 3 way fight with AAp coming in existence last time Cong won it by huge margin no BJP there if 3 way fight.
    I don understand how can 1 give 1 seat in Pondicherry to BJP minority there.
    Up as such of now 35 would be sensible tough i myself know it would be 45+ but sensible to say 35 as such now 🙂

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    1. Chandigarh is not to BJP. It is expected to go to AAP. Pondicherry will go to Congress. Delhi we have to remember that BJP was the single largest party. It could be 4-3 either ways. Which table are you referring to?

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  2. chandgarh this time bjp will win – satpal singh- modi wave huge in haryana and punjab, bjp can sweep haryana ,punjab- today one big minister in haryana join bjp- haryana- 6 poosible add wth 1 chandgarh seat- aap loosing credibility-even 2-3 retaining in delhi will tough fr them- dellhi ppl alwys vote fr who can form govt in center. remember 1999 election , congress won delhi but lost all 7 seats in general election !

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  3. so everyone is agreeing that BJP is getting around 220 seats plus pre-poll allies will pump it up by another 30-40 seats..I just hope that BJP surges its own tally to around 230-240 by a little extra push in UP & Maharashtra… Not impossible but difficult..

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  4. as now everyone fil modi-wave. bjp can end up with 230 or 240 with its own…..and new alliances wil suport with 50+ seats

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  5. andhra pradesh political scenario changing purandeshwari and other 3 cong mp joining bjp with tdp support bjp can win at least 3 in seemandhra region , and 2 in telangana- total – 5 and in tamilnadu situation very fluid- bjp can win 3-4 if do grand alliance with pmk mdmk and dmdk and srimalu joining will help in 3 seats in katnataka- karntaka will be biggest surprise result in this election – iam sensing that.

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