Indian Elections have many variants. Every election is different as it covers an amalgamation of local, regional and national factors.
Exit Polls: 5 things you need to know
- To cover a poll it is necessary to travel, and travel a lot. While politicians travel to demand votes, a pollster should travel to understand the voters. A poll that lacks travel and constituency-wise analysis, does not do due justice to the sentiment of the voters. It talks about broad number, some time projects extreme ranges in the hope of getting the number correct at times, but misses it most of the time. The analysis looks more technical and theoretical. Jan ki Baat Republic exit poll attempts to change this. It tells you constituency wise detail, which makes it unique.
- No other poll shows the bifurcated projections for Shiv Sena and BJP in the Maharashtra Assembly polls. Our poll has gone the extra mile to give the breakup of BJP, Sena in every region. The poll has also given poll predictions for the seats of INC and NCP.
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- Every voter while viewing exit polls wants to know about the performance of popular political faces. Jan Ki Baat is the only poll that has announced all 90 seats of Haryana and 50 seats of popular candidates in Maharashtra.
- The value of caste in deciding the voting outcome has decreased, but representative voting needs to be captured. Ours is the only poll that covers caste and demography wise voting in both the states.
- Issues can't be differentiated from elections. Different issues have varied weight in some regions and states. Jan Ki Baat is the only poll that covers local issues and national issues in different constituencies in Maharashtra and Haryana. Very few polls can tell you the name of constituencies in which independent candidates are winning. We are the only poll that can give you reasons and name constituencies where independent MLAs are winning. This is the only poll that simplifies the poll for a wider audience.
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We don't hide behind the garb of technicalities and general narratives, we don't talk in the language of "if & but" rather we talk straight, and we give you the most grounded truthful Poll