How Many Seats BJP & Congress Can Win In Lok Sabha Polls?

The Bharatiya Janata Party won two back-to-back Lok Sabha elections in 2014 and 2018 and became the only party after the grand old Congress to do so. The saffron party is in plans to win the next Lok Sabha polls and wants to mark a hat trick of wins. The BJP leadership is even aiming to win more seats than in 2018.

On the other hand, the opposition parties are trying their best in spoiling the BJP's plans. The grand old Congress party is holding the Bharat Jodo Yatra to revive the party. The TRS party which recently became BRS is in plans to bring an alternative front at the Centre. Telangana Chief Minister KCR is gathering support from various corners for the other front.

Talking about the opposition party Congress, it can win as many as 191 seats if the elections are held today. The survey was conducted as the January edition of the survey. As many as 1,40,917 respondents across the nation took part in the survey and recorded their opinions on various topics.

Ahead of the much-awaited Lok Sabha polls, the India Today-CVoter Mood of the Nation poll found that the Bharatiya Janata Party can win as many as 284 seats if the elections are held today. While this is a piece of happy news for the BJP party supporters, other things will make them even happier.

The popularity of Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi did not change and remained constant. Moreover, the majority of the respondents to the survey said that they are happy with the performance of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA).

They said that they are satisfied with the way the NDA dealt with the Covid pandemic. The respondents rated Covid handling, Scrapping Article 370, and the Construction of Ram Mandir as the top three achievements of the party in nine years in its office.

Well the NDA also has a few drawbacks as per the survey. The respondents said that the rise in the prices is the biggest failure of the BJP while the growing Unemployment and handling of Covid are the two other failures.
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