Punjab Assembly Elections 2017 Opinion Polls: Opinion Polls are polls which are conducted prior or before the elections, the opinion of the public will be collected based on so many factors, a sample will be made like age, gender and area, etc., according to those samples the opinion polls data are made. The opinion polls are some like similar to exit polls but the difference is exit polls data conducted on the day of elections by the voter’s opinion, and the opinion poll data is collected before the elections to know the statistics of the polls. As the exit polls might not be exactly accurate in the same way depending on samples, the opinion polls may or may not be accurate.
Punjab Vidhan Sabha Elections 2017 Surveys: Surveys are also similar to the Opinion polls, people being asked few questions like “Who will win Punjab Elections 2017”, “Whom You Want To Make next CM of Punjab”, “Who is the best CM for Punjab”, and so many other questions and based on the answer the polling percentage the data is recorded, they made a poll describing the results. Usually, these surveys and opinion polls are conducted before the elections. You can check the below survey by elections.in who has published, more updates and opinion/exit polls coming soon. NO EXIT POLL HAS BEEN POSTED HERE, ALL THESE ARE OPINION POLLS CONDUCTED BY VARIOUS AGENCIES BEFORE THE POLLING
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Punjab Assembly Vidhan Sabha Elections 2017 Opinion Polls | Exit Polls & Survey Results – AAP, BJP, SAD & Congress
Punjab Assembly Elections 2017 Opinion Polls Results:
|Name of the Party||Number of Seats|
|Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)||100|
|Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP)||01|
|Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD)||12|
|Indian National Congress (INC)||03|
|Others (Awaz E Punjab, Apna Punjab) including Independent||01|
Punjab Elections 2017 Exit Poll Results: Update After Polling is that media says AAP Has Max Chance Of Winning Punjab based on Prannoy Roy’s Analysis. The Election Comission Restricted Media to Publish Exit Poll Before 8th March, so Official Exit Polls will be out on 8th March 2017. The above data is according to the Punjab opinion poll by VDPAssociates (Please note that the EC has restricted for publishing the Exit poll till March 8, so till than you can check the opinion poll) but according to the CVoter-HuffPost poll, the Indian National Congress Party is in the 2nd position but trailing by a long margin. It is expected to win 8 to 14 seats in the Vidhan Sabha or Assembly, down from the 12-18 seats projected in 2015. Check out more Information about Punjab Opinion Poll and Vote Here.
The SAD-BJP alliance is a distant third with the party is unlikely to win more than 6 to 12 seats. Opinion Polls are conducted by lot of agencies and news channels like News 24, Chanakya, ABP News, Times Now (English), NDTV or NDTV India, Aaj Tak, India Today, Total TV, India TV, CNN-IBN, IBN 7, First Post, Zee News, News Nation, Sahara Samay, News X etc.
Punjab Elections Opinion Poll Survey: Conducted By Us
Update on 05th Feb 2017: The latest C-voter survey suggests the AAP will form the next government with 63 seats and the Congress would be second with 43. But, it has an error margin of 3 percent, large enough to make a slide below 59. Please give your opinion regarding which party may win maximum or highest number of seats in the upcoming Vidhan Sabha elections in Punjab, do vote and share your thoughts, opinions and feedback in the comment section also.
Who Will Win Punjab Assembly Elections 2017:
It’s tough competition this time as there is another new party to be contesting Punjab polls that are Aam Aadmi Party so let us see who will win it AAP, BJP, SAD (Akali Dal), Congress or Others. Campaigning may be done by the party members also. Some parties will declare their CM chief minister candidate before the elections, and some will declare afterwards. For information on the last date of nominations, notifications polling dates, schedule, counting of votes, results dates, etc. stay tuned with and follow us on Facebook. And don’t forget to share this article on Social Media.