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Exit Poll Results : Karnataka Assembly Election 2013
Exit poll survey predictions/results were presented by various TV channels after the completion of the polling in Karnataka. Projections of exit polls suggests that Congress will be the either the single larget party or a clear winner as the predictions give Congress between 100-117 seats. Whereas, BJP and JD(S) are far behind.
Below is the summary reprot of various exit/opinion poll surveys.
Exit poll results by CNN-IBN, Times Now, ABP News, Headlines Today, Suvarna, TV9 Survey: 5th May 2013
A pre-poll survey was published on 25th April which was carried by CSDS for CNN-IBN and The Week, predicted a clear majority for the congress. Today, the channel has revised its predictions based on the choice of candidates made by political parties, campaign process and other factors that may have influenced the voters.
The voting for the state assembly completed today at 6 PM and recoreded to be 65%. Counting of votes is scheduledto begin at 8AM on 8th May.
The revised estimates published by the channem suggest that the Congress party's seat tally is likely to come down to 100-116. The BJP and JD(S) are in a neck and neck battle for the second spot with both likely to get 43-53 seats. The revised estimates show that others including KJP will bag 16-24 seats.
The five reasons which CSDS and CNN-IBN considered in revising the projection are:
Some of the TV channels gave the following projection:
Times Now predicted a absolute majority for Congress winning 132 seats, with BJP and JD(S) coming a distant second with 38 seats each. While others were projected to get 15 seats, including KJP and Independents.
Headlines Today Congress - 114, BJP- 55, JD(S)-34, KJP-11 and others 9.
ABP news Congress-110 to 118, BJP- 51 to 59, JD(S)- 31 to 37, and KJP-9 to 13.
Suvarna-C-Fore: Congress: 109-120 BJP: 49-60 JDS: 34-41 KJP: 05-12 Others: 10-15
Corruption main issue this elections: TOI-Daksh survey
28th April 2013> According to survey carried out by TOI-Daksh popular choice for the top post in Karnataka corruption is the main issue this election. The six top issues on the citizen’s mind in order of priority are: corruption, inflation, Lokayukta, education, stability and security.
Even the survey carried by us on our website, the netizen’s view is that he main issue this election is the corruption while stability of the government came second.
The TOI-Daksh suvery also asked the repsondent about he popular choice for the top post (CM) in Karantaka, Kumaraswamy was the popular choice with 24% of respondent giving their nod for him. KJP president B S Yeddyurappa came close second with 22% votes. Present CM Jagadish Shettar got 15% votes. Sadananda Gowda 10%, Siddaramaiah, 9%, SM Krishna 8% votes and G Parameshwara 6%.
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Karnataka Elections 2013 : Poll Survey by CSDS for CNN-IBN channel and the Week magazine
25th April 2013, Results of a pre-poll survey carried by CSDS for CNN-IBN channel and the Week magazine points a clear edge for Congress over the ruling BJP. The survey was carried out in 294 locations of 75 constituencies spread across Karnataka and a total of 4,198 people were interviewed
Headlines Today and C-Voter pre-poll survey: Karnataka Assmbely Election 2013
3rd April 2013,In a pre- poll survey performed by Headlines Today and C-Voter, the projections are that the the BJP is facing a crushing defeat in the assembly elections. It may perfrom better if Narendra Modi enters the campaign as he is growing in polularity.
The Headlines Today-C Voter pre-poll survey was conducted among 15,000 respondents across all the 224 assembly segments of Karnataka. The data is weighted to the known demographic profile of the state as per 2001 census.
The BJP's vote share is seeing a steep decline of 6 per cent.
The projections are : Congress- between 114-122 seats, BJP -48-56 seats, JDS 32-38 seats, and KJP 10-14 seats and others to get 5-9 seats.
There have been mixed reactions to the prediction of the above survey.
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