UP Election 2017 Opinion Polls SPVS BJP Vs. BSP Exit Poll Latest February 2017

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UP Election 2017 Opinion Polls

There are mainly two political parties and competing each other which are standing in the upcoming elections Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party are the contenders in the Uttar Pradesh elections. Each party is in the form that they get the highest votes. The parties start their schemes and they prepare with their strategies, a Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) have started preparations for a fight to the finish by getting the highest votes and make their own alliance. Uttar Assembly elections will important because the action which is taken by the BJP that removes the legal tender of old notes of Rs.500 and Rs.1000. It will create a great impact on the elections. The other party which is in the opposition Congress is also hoping to get the ticket in next Assembly elections. Only the party wins which gets the highest vote by the peoples of Uttar Pradesh. Both the parties are showing their interest and both the parties are trying to attract the peoples or the common man by the different schemes and benefits they get by vote to their party.

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UP Election Opinion Polls 2017-2018

In the Lok Sabha elections, the INC won 21 seats while the BSP won 20 and the SP won 23 seats. The BJP won 10 seats. Now both the parties are in the race to get the highest votes get their party in the Uttar Pradesh. The Bahujan Samaj Party came to power in the Uttar Pradesh in the year 2007 with an absolute majority and that period of time Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is also a major party in the Uttar Pradesh. The survey was conducted between 1st and 31st August 2016, using a random stratified sample of 20,642 respondents across all 403 constituencies to know about the positions or the public are supporting to which party and who gets the maximum support by the public. The counting of the votes will be on the 11 March 2017. The election will be on the basis of the seven phases. And each phases in on the another date. By giving the opportunities to these parties the competition will be tough and the fight will be the national party BJP which is already in the power.

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UP Election Opinion Polls 2017-2018 Result

Name of the Party No. of Seats Votes (in percentage %)
Samajwadi Party 141 seats to 151 seats 30%
Bharatiya Janata party 129 seats to 139 seats 22%
Bahujan Samaj Party 93 seats to 103 seats 27%
Indian National Congress 13 seats to 19 seats 08%
Others 6 seats to 12 seats 13%

According to the survey of the 2012 and winning seats in the year of 2016:

Name of the Party Election Result of 2012 Seats Projections of 2016
Bharatiya Janata party 47 seats 134 seats to 150 seats
Bahujan Samaj Party 80 seats 95 seats to 111 seats
Samajwadi Party 224 seats 133 seats to 149 seats
Indian National Congress 28 seats 5 seats to 13 seats
Others 24 seats 4 seats to 12 seats

The survey according to the VDP Associates

Name of the Party Election Result of 2012 Seats Projections of 2016
Bharatiya Janata party 47 seats 149 seats
Bahujan Samaj Party 80 seats 165 seats
Samajwadi Party 224 seats 68 seats
Indian National Congress 28 seats 08 seats
Others 24 seats 13 seats

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