APB News Latest Survey Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election 2017: In five states, including UP has announced poll dates. Election Commission Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa and a stage, two stage and in Manipur assembly elections in seven phases in UP. Uttarakhand and Punjab have been electoral blew a conch shell. In Punjab, the term of the current Assembly, which began on March 19, 2012. On March 18, 2017, it is going to end. A total of 117 seats in the Punjab Assembly elections. March 11 election results will be announced in all the five states. Before These elections, ABP News-Lokniti-CSDS explored the mind of the people of Punjab. The Survey had organized in between 5 to 12 December 2016. Punjab Election Opinion Poll
APB News Latest Survey Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election 2017
In this survey, many types of questions asked from the public and this opinion poll based on that questions. Here, We are presenting which types of questions had asked from the public and their result also.
Whom how many seats?
In Punjab, ABP News-Lokniti-CSDS Survey a very shocking result come out. According to the survey, the SAD-BJP is likely to get 50-58 seats. Congress is also giving tough competition. According to the survey, the Congress 41-49 seats. Despite all efforts, only 12-18 seats are part of the AAP.
|Party Name||Seats Prediction|
Whom how many votes?
ABP News-Lokniti Survey in Punjab, the Akali-BJP-CSDS poll 34 percent, 31 percent Congress and AAP are getting 21 percent support.
|Party Name||Vote Percent|
Who is the first Choice of CM Candidate?
|Prakash Singh Badal||20%|
Who’s Party Strong area wise?
ABP News-CSDS survey SAD-BJP 33 percent in Malwa, Congress 28% and AAP 26% public support. Majha the Congress 38, the SAD-BJP 35 percent and AAP 10 percent of the people support can get. If the point of Doab SAD-BJP 36 percent, 32 percent Congress and giving to AAP 17 percent of their support.
Drugs How big issue? Who will deal with the drugs problem?
ABP News-Lokniti-CSDS survey drugs is a serious issue. It is considered to have 85 percent. Who will deal with the drugs problem,