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Loksabha Election 2009 opinion poll/predictions (State wise) 3

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This is third article in this series where people can get revised predictions for next Loksabha election 2009 statewise. Last updates were published on 10 Jan, 2009 and 21 Feb, 2009. People can access to these this posts by visiting- Loksabha Election 2009 opinion poll (State wise) and Loksabha Election 2009 opinion poll (State wise) 2 respectively. In the mean time, we have seen numbers of changes in political atmosphere of India. Both NDA and UPA have lost numbers of their partners whereas we have seen formation of new groups. In future also we can hope to see formation and breaking of number of alliances. In latest survey, people will see affect of Congress-Trinamool alliance in West Bengal, breaking of 11 year old BJP-BJD alliance in Orissa, formation of new MDMK and AIADMK alliance in Tamil Nadu. Also visit- Who will win 2009 Loksabha (Parliament) election in India? (Opinion poll) 2, Who will win 2009 Loksabha (Parliament) election India?, Chances of BJP (NDA) in Loksabha Election 2009 (opinion poll) Rahul Gandhi as Prime Minister of India Loksabha 2009 Election dates state wise


State Totalseats Congress BJP Others

AP 42 22 0 14 (TDP) 3 (TRS) 3 Oths
Assam 14 4 4 5 (AJP) 1 Oths
Bihar 40 0 7 13 JD(U) 5 LJP 14 RJD 1 OTH
Chhattisgarh 11 3 8 0
Delhi 7 5 2 0
Gujarat 26 9 17
Goa 2 1 1
Haryana 10 3 2 4 (INL)
HP 4 1 3
J&K 6 1 1 3 (NC) 1 (PDP)
Jharkhand 14 5 7 2 Oths
Karnataka 28 9 16 3 JD(S)
Kerala 20 12 0 8 (Left)
Rajasthan 25 12 13
MP 29 6 23
Maharashtra 48 15 10 13 (SS) 10 (NCP)
North-East 11 4 0 2 (NCP) 5 (Oths)
Orissa 21 10 2 9 (BJD)
Punjab 13 4 3 6 (Akali Dal)
Tamilnadu 39 4 0 16 (AIDMK) 5 (PMK) 12 (DMK) 2 (MDMK)
UP 80 8 20 26 (SP) 20 (BSP) 6 OTHs
Uttarakhand 5 2 3
UTs 6 3 0 3 Oths
West Bengal 42 8 0 22 (left) 12 (TC)







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Disclaimer: These predictions are clearly based on data and information gathered by author from his resources. Author is not currently member of any political party in India. Author also tries to provide information in unbiased manner not favouring or disapproving any political party. People are advised to vote freely without getting influenced by these predictions.

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  1. since the voting percentage in West Bengal is low this time,i e ,normal and at par with the national average it is clear that CPM has failed to use their machienaries and get the extra vote.Every election they get 15-20% votes by using sheer power.This time ,thanks to the EC,that this has reduced(8-10%)

    There would be shift in the distribution this time.Expected results are as follows
    1.Coochbehar:TMC
    2.Alipurduar:RSP(left)
    3.Jalpaiguri:CPIM
    4.Darjeeling:BJP
    5.Raygaunge:Cong
    6.Malda(N) :Cong/CPM
    7.Balurghat:TMC
    8.Malda(S):Cong
    9.Jangipur:Cong
    10.Murshidabad:Cong/CPM
    11.Berhampore:Cong
    12.Bolpur:CPM
    13.Birbhum:TMC/CPM
    14.Krishnanagar:TMC
    15.Ranaghat:TMC/CPM
    16.Burdwan(E):CPM
    17.Burdwan-Durgapur:CPM
    18.Asansol:CPM
    19.Purulia:CPM
    20.Bankura:CPM
    21.Bishnupur:CPM
    22.Hoogly:CPM/TMC
    23.Arambagh:CPM
    24.Sreerampore:TMC
    25.Howrah:TMC/CPM
    26.Uluberia:TMC
    27.Midnapore:CPI
    28.Ghatal:CPI
    29.Tamluk:TMC
    30.Kanthi:TMC
    31.Diamond Harbour:TMC
    32.Mathurapur:TMC
    33.Joynagar:TMC(SUCI)
    34.Barasat:TMC
    35.Bangaon:TMC
    36.Basirhat:TMC
    37.Barrackpore:CPM
    38.Dumdum:CPM/TMC
    39.Jadavpore:TMC
    40.Kolkata(South):TMC
    41.Kolkata(North):TMC
    42.Midnapore:CPM

    Totally BJP 1,
    Cong+TMC+SUCI 23-24
    Left 17-18
    There may be a maximum of 10% change to this

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