The Lok Sabha elections are less than five months away, and the mood in each state of the country is buzzing with speculations on how parties will fare there.
Republic TV, in association with CVoter, has released the National Approval Ratings to get a snapshot of the mood of the nation and answer the question: What would happen if results were held today?
In Punjab, the projections for January are out.
From a closely contested fight between three parties in 2014, Punjab is braced for a Congress rout. Having won the state elections last year, Congress is set to repeat its performance in the assembly elections as well.
Having won the state elections last year, Congress is set to repeat its performance in the assembly elections as well.
The UPA is projected to win 12 seats out of 13 leaving the NDA with one seat. AAP and others will be left with zero seats.
Vote share projections are - UPA will receive 44 % vote share, NDA will get 34.7 %, AAP will get 16.9% vote share. Others will receive 4.4%
In 2014, NDA, UPA and AAP shared seats amongst each other in a mouthwatering contest. But the situation has changed drastically this time around. The BJP, in alliance with SAD, won six seats and was the biggest party in the state in 2014.
Congress had won three seats in the previous assembly elections, but this time around, a landslide win is projected.
The AAP had surprised everyone winning four seats.
They were projected to win 12 out of the 13 seats. BJP will face the misery of failing to open their account, but their ally SAD will save the NDA embarrassment by as they were predicted to win one seat. The AAP, which made lots of noise in 2014 as well as 2017 state elections, projected to draw a blank.