Election2019 Opinion Poll, BJP all the way as per entertainment platform mChamp

Apr 5, 2019, 4:56 pm, by: Shivani Srivastava _ @Shivani72

As per the opinion poll conducted by an entertainment platform mChamp, its Narendra Modi led BJP all the way in the #election2019. And yes it's not a 50-50 win but a 70-3- win.   The mChamp spokesperson giving further details on the poll, shared that its was survey conducted between August 2018 to February 2019 that resulted in fetching 70K+ unique responses of people from pan India.  

The survey consisted of 4 simple yes and no questions with options. Interestingly, on the question of:  Key Issue for 2019 Lok Sabha Election? 31% voted for Political instability as the most critical issue in the 2019 Election followed by unemployment, by 26%. Corruption stands as the 3 key issues with 20%. Economy and Religion Divide was the least of the issue for the people with 12% and 9% voting for the same.    73% respondents voted for BJP as the party to get more LS seats in 2019 followed by 25% choosing Congress. On a coalition versus one party government, it was again a majority 66% respondents stating One party majority via –a via 32% responding to a coalition. On the prime ministerial candidate choice, it's still #PM Modi with 75% respondents choosing as an option via a via the other options given a Mamta Banerjee, Mayawati, Sonia Gandhi or Mulayam Singh. Rahul Gandhi was the second choice with 15% respondents selection him amongst the given options.

 

This survey by a non politically funded or supported platform and neither being a media –news entity and having its survey driven over a period of 6-7 months if at all can be taken as an unbiased and uninfluenced indication, BJP and the duo of Amit Shah and Narendra Modi are all set to be in power once again and time for celebration for the bhakti brigade. However, the survey may not be considered a fool proof as the BPL people and the ones facing the heat on ground may have been missed in this exercise, yet to be in the net of mobiles and apps.  

The elections are a different game, and many a pre poll survey and analysis by poll experts have gone wary hence one can just say that ‘picture abhi baki hai mere dost.