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National Approval Ratings LIVE: In Electorally Critical November, Will BJP, Congress Or Mahagathbandhan Win If General Elections Are Held Today? All Predictions From The Biggest Poll Here

Written By Ankit Prasad | Mumbai | Published:

Update at 9:00 PM: Manipur: As per National Approval, NDA wins the majority

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 2
UPA - NIL
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA - 31.6
NDA - 38.0
OTH - 30.5


Update at 8:58 PM: Meghalaya: As per National Approval, both UPA and NDA wins one seat each

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 1
UPA - 1
OTHERS - NIL 

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA - 29.0
NDA - 38.7
OTH - 32.3
 

Update at 8:58 PM: Mizoram: As per National Approval, MNF wins the seat 

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - NIL
UPA - NIL
MNF - 1

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA - 31.3
NDA - 5.5
MNF - 22.3


Update at 8:57 PM: Nagaland: As per National Approval, NDA the majority

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 1
UPA - NIL
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA - 27.1
NDA - 48.7
OTH - 24.3


Update at 8:57 PM: Puducherry: As per National Approval, NDA wins big time

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - NIL
UPA - 1
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA -  29.1
NDA -  26.3
OTH -  17.2


Update at 8:57 PM: Sikkim: As per National Approval, NDA wins big time

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 1
UPA - NIL
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA -  19.1
NDA -  48.9
OTH -  32.0
 


Update at 8:57 PM: Tripura: As per National Approval, NDA wins big time

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 2
UPA - NIL
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA -  16.2
NDA -  51.3
OTH -  -2.0


Update at 8:56 PM: Andaman & Nicobar Islands: As per National Approval, clear-cut win for NDA

SEAT SHARE PROJECTIONS
UPA - 0
NDA - 1
OTHERS - 0

VOTE SHARE PROJECTIONS

UPA - 40.0
NDA - 49.4
OTHERS - 10.6


Update at 8:56 PM: Chandigarh: As per National Approval, clear-cut win for NDA

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 1
UPA - NIL
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA-32.9
NDA-48.7
OTH-9.3


Update at 8:56 PM: Dadra & Nagar Haveli : As per National Approval, NDA wins big

SEAT SHARING PROJECTION
NDA - 1
UPA - NIL
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTIONS
UPA-39.0
NDA-51.6
OTH-9.4


Update at 8:56 PM: Lakshadweep: As per National Approval, UPA wins majority

SEAT SHARING PROJECTIONS
NDA - NIL
UPA - 1
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARING PROJECTION

UPA - 53.9
NDA - 3.9
OTH -  10.5


Update at 8:55 PM: Daman and Diu: As per National Approval, NDA wins majority

SEAT SHARING PROJECTION
 
NDA - 1
UPA - NIL
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARING PROJECTION

UPA-38.1
NDA-53.3
OTH-8.6


Update at 8:50 PM: Uttarakhand: As per National Approval, NDA wins majority

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 5
UPA - 0
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 49.8
UPA - 33.0
OTHERS - 17.3


Update at 8:50 PM: Goa: As per National Approval, both NDA and UPA wins majority

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 1
UPA - 1
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 43.8
UPA - 38.3
OTHERS - 18.0


Update at 8:47 PM: Arunachal Pradesh: As per National Approval, NDA wins a massive victory

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 2
UPA - NIL
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 51.7
UPA - 40.4
OTHERS - 7.9
 


Update at 8:43 PM: Jammu and Kashmir: As per National Approval Ratings, UPA will win over NDA 

SEAT SHARING PROJECTION

NDA - 2
UPA - 2
PDP - 1
OTHERS - 1

VOTE SHARING PROJECTION

NDA-33.1
UPA-37.1
PDP - 16.1
OTH-13.7


Update at 8:42 PM: New Delhi: As per National Approval Ratings,  BJP will sweep Delhi.

SEAT SHARING PROJECTION

NDA - 7
UPA - NIL
OTHERS - NIL 

VOTE SHARING PROJECTION

UPA-27.7
NDA-42.0
OTH-4.2
 

Update at 8:37 PM: Haryana: As per National Approval Ratings, BJP wins with 6 seats over Congress with only 3

SEAT SHARING PROJECTION

NDA - 6
UPA - 3
OTHERS - 1

VOTE SHARING PROJECTION

UPA-33.7
NDA-43.0
OTH-3.8
 

Update at 8:36 PM: Chhattisgarh: As per National Approval Ratings, NDA is projected to win massively in Chhattisgarh. 

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 10
UPA - 1

OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA-37.4
NDA-46.8
JOGI - 4.9
OTH-10.9


Update at 8:35 PM: Punjab: As per National Approval Ratings, UPA sweeps victory

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION
NDA - 1
UPA - 12
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION
UPA -  42.7
NDA -  32.9
OTH -  4.9


Update at 8:30 PM: Jharkhand: As per National Approval Ratings, NDA is projected to lose in Jharkhand. 

SEAT SHARING PROJECTION

NDA - 6
UPA - 7

JVM - 1
OTHERS - 1
 
VOTE SHARING PROJECTION

UPA-42.7
NDA-40.5

JVM - 4.7
OTH- 12.1


Update at 8:21 PM: Assam: As per National Approval Ratings, AIUDF to lose ground in Assam, gains for NDA in seat share.

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 4
UPA - 9
AIUDF - 1
OTHERS - 0

VOTE SHARE PROJECTIONS

UPA-42.3
NDA-45.2
AIUDF-3.7
OTHERS -8.9

Update at 8:18 PM: Telangana: As per National Approval Ratings, KCR is still the king in Telangana, as UPA is at 8

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 1
UPA - 8
TRS- 7
AIMIM - 1

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA - 32.2
NDA - 19.0
AIMIM - 3.9
TRS-30.4
OTH -  14.6


Update at 8:10 PM: Kerala: As per National Approval Ratings, UPA wins with a clear-cut majority

SEAT SHARING PROJECTIONS

UPA - 16
NDA - NIL
LDF - 4
OTHERS - 0

VOTE SHARING PROJECTION

UPA- 40.4
NDA-17.5
LDF - 29.3
OTH-12.8

Update at 8:09 PM: Odisha: As per National Approval Ratings, NDA sweeps major victory, UPA at 3 seats

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 12
UPA - 3
OTHERS - 6

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA -  26.5
NDA -  37.8
OTH -  2.3

Update at 8:05 PM: Rajasthan: As per National Approval Ratings, in poll-bound Rajasthan, minor gain projected for UPA.

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 17
UPA - 8
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA -  43.0
NDA -  48.9
OTH -  8.1


Update at 8:01 PM: Andhra Pradesh: As per National Approval Ratings, minor gain in seat share for Chandrababu Naidu's TDP

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

YSRCP - 20
TDP - 5
NDA - NIL
UPA - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

YSRCP - 41.3
TDP - 31.2
NDA - 11.3
UPA - 9.3


Update at 7:58 PM: Gujarat: As per National Approval Ratings, NDA seat share to remain at 24 in Gujarat.

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION
NDA - 24
UPA - 2
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION
NDA - 54.8
UPA - 38.1
OTHERS - 7.1


Update at 7:55 PM: Karnataka: As per National Approval Ratings, BS Yeddyurappa-led BJP will be gaining big in the state.

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

UPA - 7
NDA - 18
JDS - 3
OTH - 0

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA - 37.6
NDA - 44.3
JDS-12.4
OTH - 5.7


Update at 7:35 PM: Madhya Pradesh: As per National Approval Ratings, a clear sweep for the BJP party in Madhya Pradesh

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 22
UPA - 7
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

UPA - 38.5
NDA - 47.2
OTH - 14.3


Update at  7:29 PM: Tamil Nadu: As per National Approval Ratings, Big win for M. Karunanidhi's DMK with a huge leap of 29 seats in Tamil Nadu

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 1
UPA - NIL
DMK - 29
AIADMK - 9

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION
UPA -  2.3
NDA -  9.5
DMK - 43.6
AIADMK - 33.0
OTHERS -  11.5


Update at 7:17 PM: BIHAR: As per National Approval Ratings, Nitish Kumar-led NDA to sweep Bihar with 34 seats 

SEAT SHARING PROJECTION

NDA - 34
UPA - 6
OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARING PROJECTION
BIHAR
NDA - 47.7
UPA - 35.3
OTHERS - 17.0
 


Update at 7:04 PM: West Bengal: As per National Approval Ratings,  big win for Mamata Banerjee as TMC will win 32 out of 42 seats in West Bengal

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION
UPA - 1
NDA -  9
TMC - 32
OTHERS - 0
CPM - 0

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION 
UPA - 7.8
NDA -  31.5
CPM -  14.5
TMC - 41.2
OTHERS - 5.1
 


Update at 6:44 PM: Maharashtra: As per National Approval Ratings, NDA sweeps a massive victory, projected to defeat UPA

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 23
UPA - 14
NCP - 6
SS - 5

OTHERS - NIL

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION

NDA - 37.8
UPA - 28.5
NCP - 11.7
SS  -  8.5
OTHERS - 11.7


Update at 6:10 PM: Uttar Pradesh: As per National Approval Ratings, seat share drop projected for NDA while Mahagathbandhan projected to win 44

SEAT SHARE PROJECTION
NDA - 31
UPA - 5
OTHERS - 44

VOTE SHARE PROJECTION
UPA - 7.9
NDA - 43.9
OTH - 3.5


With the countdown to the all-important 2019 Lok Sabha polls on, and with critical assembly elections in five states due in the next few weeks, November may just be the most important month in terms of deciding who will come up trumps in the general elections. In this light, Republic TV and CVoter are presenting the latest National Approval Ratings, which gives a complete and realistic snapshot of prevailing country-wide electoral scenario.

In October's edition, the final tally of the Republic-CVoter National Approval Ratings had shown the NDA retaining a majority, while the UPA had progressed beyond the 100-mark. Other parties, meanwhile, which may lean one way or the other, pooled together a combined 155 seats. Since then, a lot has happened, even as recently as Wednesday, when the Modi government secured a massive victory amid the politics and fearmongering that has been done over the state of the nation's economy, with India securing its highest-ever ranking on the World Bank's Ease of Doing Business by jumping 23 positions to Rank 77 globally. 

Meanwhile, even as the Prime Minister dedicated the world's tallest statue -- the Statue of Unity -- to the nation on the 143rd birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, and a few days before that, commemorated Subhash Chandra Bose and the 75th anniversary of the Azad Hind Government, a massive war of words was triggered over appropriation of freedom icons. At the same time, Rahul Gandhi and Shashi Tharoor have continued to play the religion card, though from different sides, as while the Congress president has continued where he left off at the Gujarat and Karnataka elections by claiming he has a better understanding of Hindutva than the BJP and RSS, Tharoor has polarised in the other direction, with the BJP furious with his remarks on 'good Hindu-bad Hindu' vis-a-vis the Ayodhya Ram Mandir dispute and his unsourced 'Chappal-Shivling-Scorpion' analogy attack at the Prime Minister.

Additionally, and significantly, the Supreme Court has delayed its hearings in the Ayodhya dispute, and will only decide in January when the hearings will take place. This has caused many among the pro-Mandir bent-of-mind, including the RSS, VHP and Hindu Mahasabha, to push the government to do whatever it can to build the Ram Mandir, with an ordinance on the matter the most frequently stated solution. On Thursday, RSS ideologue and Rajya Sabha MP Rakesh Sinha has intimated that he will be bringing a private members bill in Parliament seeking to build the Ram Mandir. The other side in this debate argues that the Constitution is supreme and that the apex court's verdict must be awaited, though the Congress is known to have held another view as well -- that the Supreme Court's verdict should only come after the 2019 elections. A controversy on similar lines was also witnessed in Kerala in October following the Supreme Court's verdict allowing women aged 10-50 to enter Sabarimala Temple for the first time.

Finally, the last month has seen heated polemics over the events at the CBI, with the government acting on the CVC's recommendation to send the two top-most officers at India's premier investigative agency -- Rakesh Asthana and Alok Verma -- on leave after they had both accused the other of corruption, with the Opposition jumping in to insert a Rafale angle and accusing the government of taking over institutions, and the government countering, stating that it acted in order to maintain the CBI's institutional integrity.

Watch for updates above, from the key November edition of Republic TV-CVoter's National Approval Ratings, and watch LIVE here.

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