Loksabha 2024 Election Opinion Poll, Loksabha 2024: Historic Record BJP Victory; Know Full Calculations of 512 Seats – Opinion Poll on 2024 Elections in Loksabha if elections are held today which government will be formed in the country

New Delhi: The opinion poll for the 512 Lok Sabha seats is out. Opinion polls predicted that if the Lok Sabha elections were held today, the BJP would return to power. If the NDA seats are added with the BJP, the number of seats will increase further.

According to the latest opinion polls, the BJP is expected to win 326 seats. If the seats of the constituent parties of the BJP-led NDA are added, the number exceeds 350. The BJP won 292 seats in 2014 and 303 seats in 2019. But if elections are held today, the BJP can beat all previous records. But the poll indicates there is little the party can do in southern India.

In many northern Indian states, the magic of the BJP is still visible. The BJP was able to perform well in many states in 2019. Meanwhile, polls indicate that the BJP will get more seats in Telangana and Karnataka in the south. Apart from this, the BJP will benefit all of India.

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Delhi’s electric route through Uttar Pradesh…

The BJP will get 76 of the 80 seats in Uttar Pradesh, which has the most seats in the Lok Sabha. While Akhilesh Yadav and Rahul Gandhi will get 2 seats each, according to India TV Matters opinion poll. BSP will also not be able to open an account during this election. In 2019, the BJP won 56 seats in the UP. In 2014, it won 71 seats. This time, it looks like the BJP will get a strong hit.

Who will win in Bihar?

It is estimated that the BJP will get more votes than in 2019 in Bihar. If elections are held today, the BJP will get 21 seats. JDU should get 14 seats and RJD 4 seats. The Congress will only win one seat in Bihar.

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AAP in Punjab and Haryana…

Punjab has 13 Lok Sabha seats. According to the polls, those who win the assembly elections will benefit the Lok Sabha. Arvind Kejriwal’s party will get 5 seats and the BJP will only get 3 seats. Akali Dal won 1 seat and Congress won 3 seats.

In Haryana, there will be a direct fight between the BJP and the Congress. BJP will get 9 out of 10 seats in Lok Sabha. Only one seat will go to Congress. BJP will get 3 out of 6 seats in Jammu-Kashmir Ladakh and National Conference will get 3 seats.

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BJP in Telangana?

The BJP is eyeing the southern states of India. A few days ago, the BJP held a national executive meeting in Telangana. PM Modi also came for this meeting. There is an image that KCR will lose if an election is held today. KCR got 42% of the vote in 2019. Now it is likely to reach 34%. The BJP got 20% of the vote in 2019, now it will rise to 39%. Congress is likely to be hit hard. Its percentage may increase from 30 to 14. There are 17 Lok Sabha seats in the state, of which KCR will get 8, BJP 6 and Congress 2. Owaisi’s party is expected to get one seat.

Bang in Andhra Pradesh
It is expected that the BJP will not get a single seat in Andhra. There are 25 Lok Sabha seats in the state. It is estimated that the BJP will not get a single seat. Jagan Mohan Reddy’s party will get 19 seats while Chandrababu Naidu’s TDP will get 6 seats.

There is an image that the BJP will get 23 out of 28 seats in the state. The Congress had to settle for 4 seats, SD Kumaraswamy will get only one seat.

Pati Kori in Tamil Nadu and Kerala
Tamil Nadu has 39 seats in the Lok Sabha. The UPA will get 38 seats while the NDA will only get one seat in the state. DMK will get 25 seats, Congress 7, CPPI 2, CPM 2 and VC 1 in the state. There is an image that the BJP will not achieve success in Kerala either. According to the poll, Congress will win 20 seats in the state.

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