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National Approval Ratings: UPA Predicted To Win Big In Kerala, NDA Likely To Not Win Any Seats

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Published:

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  • On the occasion of the declaration of dates for the Lok Sabha polls by the Election Commission, Republic TV and Cvoter have brought you the National Approval Ratings for the month of March
  • The survey will give a complete national picture as to who will win if polls were conducted in Kerala

On the occasion of the declaration of dates for the Lok Sabha polls by the Election Commission, Republic TV and Cvoter have brought you the National Approval Ratings for the month of March.

The survey will give a complete national picture as to who will win if polls were conducted in Kerala.

There are 20 seats for the Lok Saha polls in the state.

The UPA (Congress+UDF) is projected to win 17 seats out of 20 in the states. the LDF is likely to win 3 seats, leaving no seats for the NDA.

Considering the fact that Sabarimala has been a core issue in Kerala, where both BJP and Congress have stood with devotees against the Supreme Court's verdict permitting women aged 10-50 to offer prayers at the temple for the first time in centuries, the saffron party is projected to have been unable to make a mark. 

Vote share:

UPA: 42.8% 
NDA: 22.0%
LDF: 22.0%
Others: 13.3%

Projections for the month of January: 

Seat Share:

UPA: 16 seats
NDA: 0 seats
LDF: 4 seats
In terms of vote share, UPA stands with 40.1%, NDA with 19.7% and LDF with 29.3%. 

Vote Share:

UPA: 40.1%
NDA: 19.7%
LDF: 29.3%
Others: 10.9

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Projections for the month of December:

Out of the 20 crucial seats in Kerala, the INC+UDF alliance of the UPA is projected to register major gains, while the BJP is projected to not get any seats and the LDF, which is the ruling party in the state, is projected to win 3 seats. 

In terms of vote-share, the BJP is projected to up its 2014 vote share by 8.1% and take its vote-share to 19%, while the Congress alliance is set to see a fall in vote share vis-a-vis 2014 and put up 39.9%. Its biggest challenger, the LDF, is slated to more or less maintain its 2014 vote-share with a projection of 29.1% 

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