National Approval Ratings: In Arunachal Pradesh, NDA Likely To Gain Both The Seats Leaving UPA At Zero


With the Lok Sabha elections 2019 inching closer, Republic TV and CVoter are back with the National Approval Ratings to give a complete national picture as to who will win if polls are held today.

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Updated On:

With the 2019 Lok Sabha elections looming ever larger, the political scenario in the country is currently in a state of flux, with parties desperately figuring out seat-sharing terms, snubbing or accepting each other with respect to alliances, or fielding their big names in various states. Republic TV and CVoter are back with the National Approval Ratings to give a complete national picture as to who will win if polls are held today. 

For the state of Arunachal Pradesh, there are two seats up for grabs. Here's the projection for the state:

The National Approval rating projects that the NDA will grab both the seats leaving UPA with nothing but zero in Arunachal Pradesh.

Seat Share:

  • UPA: 0 seats
  • NDA: 2 seats

The National Approval rating projects that the NDA will gather 45.3% vote share whereas UPA will lag behind with 37.6% vote share. 

Vote Share:

  • UPA: 37.6%
  • NDA: 45.3%
  • Others: 17.1%

In December edition, NDA was projected to sweep Arunachal Pradesh by gaining both the seats, however, it reflected a reduction of 3.1% in its vote share from November 2018 to December 2018.

In November edition, NDA was projected to sweep Arunachal Pradesh by gaining the two seats, while Congress was left with zero seats out of the two seats. However, vote share predictions showed a different picture projecting NDA to get 51.7% votes and UPA to get 40.4% votes.

Similarly, in October edition for Arunachal Pradesh, NDA projected to gain both the seats leaving the Congress-led UPA with zero-seat share. Talking about the vote share predictions, NDA was projected to 45.4% votes while UPA wast to get 40.3% votes.

Read: National Approval Ratings: In Arunachal Pradesh, NDA Projected To Gain Both Seats

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